Here is a summary of the changes:
ARRIVA TRAINS WALESThe overall increase will be 1.8%. Regulated fares will come down by 0.4%, including an average 2% decrease in season tickets, but unregulated fares will rise by 5% on average.
CHILTERNAcross all fares there will be an average rise of 1.4%, with some off-peak fares going up about 3%.
CROSSCOUNTRYFares are to rise by an average of 2.7%. The company would not give a separate figure for its unregulated fares.
EAST COASTThe former National Express public sector franchise said fares would rise by an average of 0.75%.
EAST MIDLANDSThe company said there would be a 1.8% average rise in fares from January.
FIRST CAPITAL CONNECTThe company said its fares would remain the same or go down in January.
FIRST GREAT WESTERNUnregulated fares will rise by an average of 2.47%, with some tickets going up by nearly 4%.
FIRST TRANSPENNINEThe company said it was freezing its fares in the new year. But it put fares up in June this year and will be reviewing them again in May 2010.
MERSEYRAILThe operator is freezing all its fares in January.
NATIONAL EXPRESSThe company said fares were either being frozen or reduced by 0.4% both on its East Anglia routes and its C2C franchise on the London, Tilbury and Southend line.
NORTHERN RAILUnregulated fares will go up 0.35% in January but a 0.4% decrease in regulated fares gives an overall fall in ticket prices of 0.11%.
SCOTRAILSome unregulated fares will be cut by 0.4% but others will rise by 3%. The company said about 70% of rail fares in Scotland would be frozen or cut.
SOUTHERNThe company said fares would rise by an average of 0.8% in January.
SOUTH WESTThe franchise owner Stagecoach said there would be no increase in fares, on average.
VIRGINUnregulated fares are going up by an average of 2.8%, with some tickets rising by as much as 6%.