National Express East Anglia (NXEA) is pleased to reiterate that in January 2010 its rail fares are either being reduced by an average of 0.4% or frozen at existing levels.
As previously announced fares such as season-tickets are being reduced in price from 2 January 2010 by an average of 0.4%. Other fares including advance fares and off-peak tickets are being frozen with prices held at 2009 levels.
Andrew Chivers, National Express East Anglia’s Managing Director said:
“We are pleased to say that in January 2010 our rail fares are either being reduced by an average of 0.4% or frozen at existing levels. This is very good news for our customers. Season-ticket holders will see the cost of rail travel come down in January 2010. We have also frozen other fares at the existing prices meaning that customers will benefit from a zero price increase in rail fares which in real terms will offer even better value.”