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MSE News: Most train ticket machines STILL not telling passengers about cheaper fares

edited 22 December 2017 at 1:38PM in Public Transport & Cycling
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edited 22 December 2017 at 1:38PM in Public Transport & Cycling
Passengers are still not being told they could get a cheaper fare at 70% of train station ticket machines, according to a progress report from the Department for Transport into promised improvements to train ticketing...
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  • Mids_CostcutterMids_Costcutter
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    The ticket machine at my local station (managed by West Midlands Trains) doesn't allow you to buy tickets at child fares.
  • wymondhamwymondham
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    Maybe the machines are taking over and have a cut of the profits?
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