HC Deb 07 March 1946 vol 420 c122W
Mr. Henderson Stewart

asked the Minister of War Transport if he is aware of the inconvenience caused to passengers by the fact that the longest period return ticket now offered by the railway companies is a monthly return, and when the companies propose to re-institute the three-monthly return ticket which was available before the war.

Mr. Barnes

Passengers desiring to postpone their return for longer than one month may purchase ordinary return tickets available for three months. The issue of cheap return tickets available for more than one month at less than the cost of two single fares was suspended during the war, in common with other cheap fare facilities. As I stated in reply to a Question by my hon. Friend, the Member for Enfield (Mr. Ernest Davies) on 28th January, I propose to review the whole question of cheap fare facilities at Easter-time.

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