Unfair rail fares

Why is it that a single ticket on a First ScotRail train from Aberdeen to Dundee is £26.30, but under the same conditions of travel and for the same First ScotRail train, the price of the journey is £18.30 providing separate tickets are bought for Aberdeen-Stonehaven and Stonehaven-Dundee?

This business of “splitting” to gain cheaper fares is well known to us regular travellers. Put it another way, “non-splitting” considerably increases travel costs.

Why do “splitting” and “non-splitting” exist on First ScotRail?

Gordon Casely

Hill Street