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Services between Cambridge and London King’s Cross will operate normally.
Valid rail tickets will be accepted on the rail replacement bus services.
Friday 12 January 2018 - Today's Lynn News, in a page largely devoted to rail matters, says: "Action demand after critical rail firm report." News Editor Allister Webb writes: "West Norfolk's main rail operator has one of the worst records in the country for service disruption, a new report has revealed.
Great Northern bosses have been urged to act after a National Audit Office (NAO) report concluded the Govia Thameslink franchise, of which it is part, had not given value for money.
GTR's consultation document "Phase 3 – weekends & late night trains (2330 – 0500)" is at https://
It could well be that some of the £74 million given to the Mayoral Combined Authority in the budget could be used to do this, however, this would need to be subject to wider discussion at board level." Thursday 11 January 2018 - "Transport secretary signals support for Ely track upgrades" writes Dan Barker in the Newmarket Journal.
"The busy Ely North rail junction sees five railway lines intersect, connecting East Anglia to London, and has become a bottleneck forcing trains to slow down and wait for others to pass.
Chief Executive Chris Starkie reports (Agenda item 12, page 30 of 47) that: "the £3.3m legal agreement for the Ely Area Rail Enhancement Scheme to be delivered by Network Rail has now been signed by both New Anglia LEP and GCGP LEPs and is just awaiting Network Rail’s signature.
Once in place the first £286k of funding can be released before the end of the financial year." The Network Rail work referred to is a Feasibility Study.
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.