Railway office to tackle fare dodging

TRAIN operator One railway is set to clamp down on fare dodging with the opening of a new Revenue Protection Office at Ipswich on Monday .Revenue Protection Inspectors based at Ipswich will be working closely with British Transport Police and the One railway mainline route team to tackle areas where there is persistent fare avoidance.

TRAIN operator One railway is set to clamp down on fare dodging with the opening of a new Revenue Protection Office at Ipswich on Monday .

Revenue Protection Inspectors based at Ipswich will be working closely with British Transport Police and the One railway mainline route team to tackle areas where there is persistent fare avoidance.

The inspectors will also be able to deal with other issues, including instances of anti-social behaviour and railway bye-law infringements.

One operations director Mark Phillips said they wanted “to reassure honest, fare-paying passengers that we are committed to stamping out fraudulent travel on our network”.


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