MORE train fare deals have emerged that allow passengers to save money by "splitting" their tickets and using other alternatives to a direct ticket.
MORE train fare deals have emerged that allow passengers to save money by \"splitting\" their tickets and using other alternatives to a direct ticket.
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DAMIEN HENDERSON Transport Correspondent
As reported by The Herald yesterday, the Department for Transport is aiming to make such deals easier to find by making industry booking data freely available for app developers, predicting that this will produce a similar effect for consumers to the emergence of price comparison websites.
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