Trains on UK railways more than 20 years old, analysis shows
With rail fares rising by 2.3%, thinktank IPPR North says passengers are ‘paying through the nose for decrepit trains’
Trains on Britain’s railways are more than 20 years old on average, the highest figure for at least 15 years, according to analysis of rolling stock.
With rail fares increasing by an average of 2.3% across the UK from Monday, a thinktank claimed that passengers were “paying through the nose for decrepit trains”.
Source: Guardian Transport