Train fare dodgers face £100 penalty for travelling without a ticket

train fare dodgers face 100 penalty for travelling without a ticket

Sumary of Train fare dodgers face £100 penalty for travelling without a ticket:

  • With fare-dodging costing train operators and the taxpayer over £650,000 per day, the Department for Transport (DfT) says it “intends to adopt a surcharge option and raise the cost to £100 or £50 if paid within 21 days”.
  • At present, passengers who are found without a valid ticket are required to pay either a penalty fare of £20 or twice the full applicable single fare to the next station at which the train calls – whichever is the greater.

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