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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.But the company says it is confident that passengers will feel the benefits of current improvement work "for generations to come. The report said that although some improvements had been introduced, including new trains on the Great Northern route, the level of disruption seen under the franchise meant the government had not achieved value for money from it so far." Discover King's Lynn chairman Darren Taylor tells the newspaper: "I call on GTR to take immediate action to improve their services and to follow through as soon as possible with their promises for eight-carriage trains on the Fen Line." North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham calls the report a "dreadful indictment", reports the paper, which continues: "he was concerned that failure to deliver new rolling stock elsewhere on the network could have implications for the longer trains promised in the Fen Line." Association Secretary Andy Tyler tells the Lynn News: "following talks this week, the company had been 'overwhelmed' by problems." Top of the page is the article "Train firm helps charity get on board" which outlines how Great Northern is involved with the 'Red Balloon' charity.

Valid rail tickets will be accepted on the rail replacement bus services.

CHECK WITH BEFORE TRAVELLING.*** Our usual news items follow below *** ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Saturday 20 January 2018 - RLW Estates, one of the two promoters of Waterbeach New Town, is holding a public exhibition and feedback session from 1000 to 1600 today.

The exhibition will be looking specifically at the proposed move of Waterbeach Station and be held at the Salvation Army Hall, Station Road, Waterbeach.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 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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