Ticket prices will increase by around 2.6 per cent which represents the Retail Prices Index measure of inflation from July 2020, plus one percentage point.
Passengers in Wales face a similar increase, whereas the Scottish Government is implementing smaller rises of 1.6 per cent and 0.6 per cent for peak and off-peak travel respectively.
How much will my train fare go up?
Season ticket holders travelling from Woking into London can expect their fare to go up £89 from £3,440 to £3,529 from Monday.
Commuters travelling from Brighton to London (any route) can expect a fare increase of £129, taking the cost of their season tickets from £4,980 to £5,109.
Those travelling from Liverpool to Manchester (any route) will see the price of their season ticket rise £70 from £2,692 to £2,762.
Prices for a season ticket from Neath to Cardiff will rise by £47 from £1,808 to £1,855. While a season ticket from Whitehaven to Carlisle will go up £53 from £2,032 to £2,085.
The price from Welwyn Garden City to London will rise by £81 from £3,100 to £3,181.
Season tickets from Gloucester to Birmingham (any route) will go up £113 from £4,356 to £4,469.
While those travelling from Tweedbank to Edinburgh will increase by £46 from £2,900 to £2,946.
Season tickets from Bangor to Llandudno will increase £31 from £1,204 to £1,235.
Edinburgh to Glasgow (any route) will go up £67 from £4,200 to £4,267.
*Figures are based on a 2.6% rise in England and Wales, and a 1.6% increase in Scotland. Actual prices will be released on Monday.