Train companies 'top up profit' through car park prices
Train operators are being accused of topping up their profits by increasing the cost of car parking.
Hundreds of station car parks have seen prices rise this month by at least twice the rate of inflation.
Commuters say the increases are excessive, and are bigger than the rise in train fares themselves.
Brian Milligan spoke to commuter Darren Roberts and Jo Abbotts from the RAC Foundation in his report.
- 22 January 2011
- BBC News