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She said the delay had given Network Rail a chance to ensure a scheme that achieves the best for passenger and freight traffic. Meanwhile commuters from King’s Lynn to London will continue to face 'cattle truck' conditions after North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham questioned the delay over introducing eight carriage trains.

He was told health and safety is to blame with platforms at Littleport and Waterbeach needing to be extended to allow the longer trains to run safely - that work should be finished early 2019 Ms Duymaz said." Monday - "Revealed: The sticking points to improvements on our region’s railways" reports Chris Bishop in the Eastern Daily Press.

The Association's Annual General Meeting will be held at Littleport Village Hall on Saturday 24 November 2018.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------On page 2 of The Fenman 2018 No 1, we refer to our timetable analysis.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Friday 27 April 2018 THE FENMAN 2018 No 1Members are advised we have published The Fenman 2018 No 1 today. ” We discuss positives and negatives of a very controversial timetable change.

Members who receive communications from us by email should receive an email from us today. * Journey times matter to us “Of course they do and that’s what we said ... We deserve better.” --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------On page 2 of The Fenman 2018 No 1, we refer to our timetable analysis.

The Ely Area Enhancements project is just as vital as we look to accelerate the economic growth of the region.” Friday - The BBC reports: "Push for funding over rail improvements. MPs from Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk met with Network Rail and train operators earlier to discuss what's seen as a vital rail junction in the east.

'If you increase the amount of trains, you increase the amount of time these crossings are going to be shut,' he said.

...'What we need to do now is progress road and rail schemes in tandem so we can have a workable scheme by next year,...

We need to do our job as professionals so you can do your job as politicians and get the thing funded.'" The EDP says: "Mid Norfolk MP George Freeman said the work would unlock growth and clear the 'blocked artery' preventing half-hourly trains between Cambridge and King’s Lynn and Norwich and Cambridge.

James Palmer, mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, said Cambridge’s economy would begin falling behind other world-leading cities without the investment." In his article, Chris Bishop also reveals: "The meeting also heard design work to extend platforms at Littleport and Waterbeach was now under way.

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