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Manila Standard Today

Interior Ministry to ask BTS to delay fare hike

-- In a bid to help keep the cost of living down for Thais, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha has instructed the Ministry of Interior to urge the BTS train operator to delay raising its fares. Deputy Spokesperson to the Prime Minister's Office, ... Pattaya Mail, 1 month ago
Higher fares, broken down trains about Manila Standard Today, 1 month ago
PM Modi's intervention stopped rail fare hike Hindustan Times, 1 month ago

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The Assam Tribune

No new trains, fare hike in Rail Budget

NEW DELHI, Feb 26 - The Railway Budget today hiked freight rates on cement, coal, foodgrain and pulses, urea, kerosene and LPG by up to 10 per cent to mop up an additional Rs 4,000 crore a year, but spared passengers from any raise in fares while ruling out ...
 The Assam Tribune1 month ago PTI - 2ND LD RAIL - Freight rate hike to get Rs 4000 cr; no Rail fare increase  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Railways hopes to gain Rs 4,000 cr from 3% average freight rate hike next fiscal  Smart Investor1 month ago Freight rate hike to get Rs 4000 crore; no Rail fare increase  DeshGujarat1 month ago
Mid Day

Hike in fare for first class in locals?

The new 14 per cent service tax (ST) in the Union budget may result in an increase of Rs 5 to Rs 10 in first class season tickets on local trains, apart from a hike in upper class outstation ticket fares by April this year. This comes after the 14.2 ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Mumbai: Increase in service tax may lead to hike in first-class train ticket fare  Mid Day1 month ago
Hindustan Times

No fare hike no new trains Prabhus reformdriven rail budget

Suresh Prabhu shunned the populism of the past to deliver a reformoriented railway budget on Thursday that focused on modernising an ageing network and improving amenities for the 23 million Indians who ride its trains daily
 Hindustan Times1 month ago No fare hike, no new trains: Prabhu's reform-driven rail budget [Hindustan Times, New Delhi]  BusinessWeek1 month ago Prabhu Shunned Populism, Focused on Fiscal Consolidation  New Indian Express1 month ago

Railway Budget: Suresh Prabhu May Take Another Route for Train Fare Hike

File Photo: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu Though Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu is not expected to hike train fares in his first Rail Budget, he could announce steps for setting up of a statutory tariff authority for rationalising rail fares ...
 NDTV Profit1 month ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Stop MRT heartless fare hike, lawmakers ask SC

Rep. Gustavo Tambunting of 2nd district of Parañaque (left) and senator JV Ejercito. PHOTO by RYAN LEAGOGO/ MANILA, PhilippinesCalling the fare increase a heartless imposition on low-wage earners, several lawmakers and labor leaders on ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 month ago Lawmakers join labor groups in seeking to stop train fare hike  Business World1 month ago Fifth petition filed before SC to stop LRT, MRT fare hike  Manila Bulletin1 month ago Lawmakers seek TRO vs. MRT, LRT fare hikes  GMA News.tv1 month ago

Face-lift To Indian Railways; No Fare Hike, New Trains Proposed In Rail Budget

Aiming to transform the Indian railway in the next four years, India's railway budget 2015 envisages greater facilities for the passengers. While the passenger fares were kept intact, freight rates for several commodities, including cement, ...
 RTTNews.com1 month ago India Sets About Modernizing Its Vital Train Network in Annual Rail Budget  Time1 month ago India aims to invest $137b in railways in next 5 years  Global Times1 month ago India aims to invest $137 billion in railways in next 5 years  Firstpost.com1 month ago

Public transport fare hike issue currently being sorted in cabinet

KUALA LUMPUR: The issue on The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) fare hike on taxi, express bus and train services is currently being sorted out at the cabinet level. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Nancy Shukri said she is ...
 New Straits Times3 weeks ago Legislative pancake scares for taxi drivers  KiniBiz3 weeks ago Cabinet asks SPAD to scrap taxi fare hike, taxi drivers say they may charge the new rates anyway  TechAttack3 weeks ago Taxi hike unfair, say commuters weeks ago

Express bus and train fares hike postponed, taxi fare hike remains

KUALA LUMPUR: The implementation of revised rates for express buses and rail services have been postponed indefinitely, while the new fares for taxis will remain. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Nancy Shukri said the move was in line ...
 New Straits Times3 weeks ago

MRT fare hike debate: Who should pay?

Some say Metro Manila commuters should pay for the train's services; others say even non-riders who benefit from the mass transport system should contribute, too PUBLIC SERVICE. IBON Foundation president Sonny Africa discusses the MRT fare hike ...
 Rappler1 month ago From 9 last month, working MRT trains now 15: GM  Balita1 month ago MTA rate hikes hit the city  Metro.us3 weeks ago Higher pay for Metro Manila workers starting April 4  Business World4 weeks ago
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