Changed commuting commitments when moving offices is an issue that management should consider. I have known co-workers who changed projects due to their original project moving to a different work location in the same city. They went from a 10 minute commute to an hour commute and decided it wasn't worth the pain. In other cases the issue was the additional money spent each day, they went from a short commute with free parking, to one that cost a lot more, and were looking to leave.
In the United Sates there is program where the employer can pay part of your commuting and/or parking costs tax free to the employee. They also have programs where an employee can set aside pre-tax commuting and parking costs, thus reducing their total costs.
If a program like this is available in you country you could ask for the company to participate in one of these programs. Some employers do this as a benefit they can advertise.
In cases where a program isn't available, or they won't participate, your only option is to next time you sit down for a salary review bring up the increased commuting costs.