2018 fare changes
Many of our fares will change from 2 January 2018
What ticket prices are changing?
Season tickets; together with Anytime, Off Peak and Super Off Peak day tickets are rising by 3.6%, in line with the RPI measure of inflation.
Why are fares going up?
We understand that no one likes to see prices go up, but we continue to invest in a better experience for our customers, including station improvements, customer facing staff and enhancements to train services. Revenue from ticket sales is vital to help pay for these improvements.
Nearly 97p of every pound from train fares goes back into the rail industry for running and improving the network.
Are any fares frozen at 2017 prices?
Yes, Southeastern Advance fares are all frozen at 2017 prices
When will new ticket prices be available and where can I find the information?
What car park prices are changing?
Our car park prices have changed in line with local conditions and to maintain availability for rail users.
Evening and Sunday car park prices are frozen at 2017 rates.
Where can I find out the new prices for 2018?
Click here to view the prices for all our car parks from 2nd January 2018.
What else is changing?
From 2nd January 2018 parking at the following five stations will cease to be free and customers will need to pay to park: Bekesbourne, East Farleigh, Kearsney, Martin Mill and Sandwich.
Find out more about car parking