Transport charges are a part of a rail passenger service which means that, for example, you’ll pay for a trip from London to the South Downs by paying the standard fare.
You can pay by the train, bus or ferry.
But you can also use a credit card or a cash advance if you have one of the following: a credit or debit card with a travel limit of £1,000, £5,000 or £10,000 (up to £15,000) a debit card, debit card or cash advance with a limit of up to £50,000 and a cash back of up.
You’ll need to pay the standard charge for the trip, and the amount depending on how long you have to go.
If you’re going from London, the standard price is £1.25.
If the trip takes you through the Midlands, it’s £1 per mile.
If it’s going from the North to the East, it is £2 per mile per way.
If going from Wales to Scotland, it will be £2.50 per mile if the journey is more than a day and £2 if it’s more than six hours.
But if the trip is from London or the Midlands to the North, you need the standard train fare.
The difference between the standard and the standard rate depends on when the journey takes you and how long it’s been.
For example, if you’re travelling to the West Midlands, the West Coast Standard fare will be the same as the Standard train fare if it takes you from London.
If your trip takes place between 1 February 2019 and 30 April 2019, the rate is £4.10 per mile; if it goes from 1 March 2019 to 30 May 2019, it’ll be £4 per mile (up from £4) or £6 per mile, whichever is the lesser.
If, on the other hand, you’re using a credit/debit card to travel on the train from London then the standard rates apply and you can pay the higher price.
However, if the train is going to the Midlands then the rate will be lower and you’ll need a different fare.
For more information, see: what do you pay for rail transport services?