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However, concerns have been raised by Queen Adelaide and Ely residents about the impact the rail improvement works could have on the B1382.In Ely, the Transport Secretary was joined by the Deputy Mayor of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority and Leader of East Cambridgeshire District Council, Cllr Charles Roberts, Portfolio Holder for Transport at the Combined Authority, Cllr John Clark and the local MP for South East Cambridgeshire, Lucy Frazer QC MP.The Leader of Cambridgeshire County Council, Cllr Steve Count was also in attendance." Charles Roberts, Deputy Mayor of the Combined Authority, says: "I was pleased to be able to have the opportunity to explain in detail to the Transport Secretary why it's so important for there to be a proper road solution to accompany the rail solution being led by Network Rail. I know that the Mayor and the Combined Authority are keen to play a full role in developing the road based solution.The County Council have commissioned a report on the issue but more work needs to be done in identifying the preferred solution and properly costing it.The news release issued jointly by the Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk, FLUA and King's Lynn Business Improvement District expressing the three bodies' dismay with the CURRENT timetable proposals - for Saturdays and Sundays - is here.*** FEN LINE STRONGLY OUTPERFORMS AGAIN - OFFICIAL 2016/17 STATION USAGE FIGURES NOW OUT - see news item below, dated Friday 1 December 2017 ***East Anglia's busiest and fastest-growing stations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Advance warning - Monday 12 FEBRUARY - Friday 16 FEBRUARY 2018IMPORTANT TRAVEL ANNOUNCEMENT Major bridge works and track maintenance are taking place between King's Lynn and Ely, for 5 consecutive days from Monday 12 February to Friday 16 February 2018, closing the Fen Line north of Ely North Junction over this period.No trains will run between King's Lynn and Ely on these days.

Once complete they will expand capacity across East Anglia, meaning fewer delays for passengers." The transport minister tells the paper: "This is one of the key priority projects for the railway.Services between Cambridge and London King’s Cross will operate normally.Valid rail tickets will be accepted on the rail replacement bus services.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Great Northern 2018 Timetable Consultation MANY FEN LINE JOURNEYS SET TO BECOME MUCH LONGERProposed 2018 Saturdays and Sundays timetables now out for consultation at Fen Line stations affected - those north of Ely affected worst Many King's Cross to Downham Market and to King's Lynn journeys are planned to become up to 12 MINS SLOWER (one service only 14 MINUTES SLOWER)Many long stands scheduled at Littleport (6 MINUTES) on many northbound services to wait for southbound services to clear the single line between there and Downham Market (9 miles, 9 minutes journey each way)"Rail fare rise biggest for five years" - BBC News, Tuesday 5 December 2017On Wednesday 29 November 2017 Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport tells Parliament: "I am doing what we need to do, which is to deliver better journeys, better journey times and new trains for passengers, which is what they want above all""Significant investments are being made in the modernisation of rail services to deliver higher capacity, speed and connectivity" - page 48, HM Government Industrial Strategy, Monday 27 November 2017Click here for our compilation of GTR's complete 2018 Fen Line proposals*** FLUA Members - for details of how YOUR train would be affected by GTR's 2018 proposals, please go to our analysis, showing existing times and proposed replacement times on a service-by-service basis for Mondays to Fridays and Saturdays and Sundays. ***We urge Members and other travellers to take part in this very important consultation.GTR's consultation document "Phase 3 – weekends & late night trains (2330 – 0500)" is at https://

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