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la=en GTR's consultation on the proposed 2018 Saturdays and Sundays timetables closes at 12 noon on Wednesday 20 December 2017 - CONSULTATION NOW CLOSEDConsultation on the proposed Mondays to Fridays times CLOSED on Thursday 27 July 2017.

The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, King’s Lynn Business Improvement District Ltd and the Association expressed their considerable dissatisfaction with the proposed 2018 Mondays to Fridays timetable on Tuesday 18 July 2017.

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.

RAIL says: "Govia Thameslink Railway's plans for the 2018 weekend timetable on the King's Lynn line have been criticised by local councils, user groups and businesses ...

Tuesday 19 December 2017 - Norfolk County Council responds to the GTR 2018 timetable consultation, writing: "Norfolk County is concerned about the proposed 2018 weekend timetable for the King’s Lynn to King’s Cross rail route.

Similar to the previous proposals for the Mondays to Friday timetables, the current proposals would see Saturday journeys becoming much longer, many taking an extra 12 or 14 minutes.

Journeys from King's Lynn will be 20 minutes quicker after 1600 during the week and after 1800 at the weekend ...." The full article is on page 19 of RAIL issue 842.[We have noted before that the welcome Cambridge North stop will take an additional 2 minutes or so - the combined weekday and Saturday proposals envisage journeys taking up to 14 minutes longer - see Overall Summary Proposed 2018 Timetable - Norfolk Stations - Proposed longer journey times.

We have also noted that evening journeys from King's Lynn will become quicker under the proposals (which envisage current slow services being replaced by 'The Cambridge Express' services, running fast between Cambridge and King's Cross) and we welcome this.

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