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Recent figures show that the stations – King’s Lynn, Downham Market, Ely and Waterbeach – have consistently been amongst the fastest growing stations in the region and that the line is currently well-used.Increasing journey times puts this success at risk.The three Cambridge stations adversely affected by this are Waterbeach, Ely and Littleport; there are three others in Norfolk. the County Council would like to express its concerns regarding ...the longer journey times envisaged for the King's Cross to King's Lynn rail route." Wednesday 20 December 2017 - "Users denounce GTR's King's Lynn timetable plans" reports RAIL magazine today.
The line is also important for a wide area of north-west Norfolk."Norfolk County Council supports the joint call to government from the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, the Fen Line Users Association and the King’s Lynn Business Improvement District to: • Explore ways of maintaining and improving existing journey times between King’s Lynn and King’s Cross • Honour the clear commitment for a half-hourly King’s Lynn to King’s Cross service throughout the day • Adopt a minimum two-track railway between King’s Lynn and King’s Cross, equipped to accommodate 12-car trains, as a clear long-term strategic aim • Instruct the West Anglia Task Force to develop proposals for full re-doubling of the single line sections to remove the root determinant of the places where and the times when trains can pass one another." Tuesday 19 December 2017 - "Last chance to have say on rail timetable plans" writes Allister Webb in today's Lynn News [page 5].However, the journeys affected most by the current GN 2018 proposals are those in the directions of the morning journey-to-work/business tidal flow from Kings Lynn and other Fen Line stations to Kings Cross and of the return afternoon/evening tidal flow northwards out of London.As on other London commuter routes, these are the journeys the vast majority of passengers make.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.
"79 new car parking spaces at Littleport Train station will be officially opened this Friday (22nd December).