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The Queen Adelaide level crossings are a fundamental constraint on freight and passenger capacity, as well as journey time, over the cross-country corridor via Ely between Norwich, Ipswich and Peterborough, and the West Anglia Main Line for services from Liverpool Street station and Kings Cross.The Queen Adelaide crossings therefore form one of a number of interdependent elements within this wider scheme. information pertaining to the Queen Adelaide crossings cannot only be evaluated in a local context – in terms of impact on local residents – but also needs to be considered in terms of the crossings’ wider fundamental role in facilitating socio-economic growth in the Anglia region, and ultimately enabling an increase in both freight and passenger capacity in the Anglia Route."Thursday 9 March 2017 - The inauguration of construction of the Ely Southern Bypass today was marked by the Ely Standard, which reports: "The new £36 million road, which is expected to be completed by spring 2018, aims to reduce journey times for drivers between the A10 and Stuntney Causeway by up to 56 per cent, and it is hoped to slice delays around the city’s rail station in half." Wednesday 8 March 2017 - Network Rail publishes notice of its proposed Network Rail (Cambridgeshire) Level Crossing Reduction Order (see news items below, particularly those of Wednesday 7 December 2016 and Monday 19 September 2016).

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This is a key rail intersection in the eastern region, serving many freight and passenger routes.

Once it is upgraded it will allow for a half hourly service on the Fen Line, improved services on the Thetford route, and will enable increased movement of the high value freight trains.

Set to open in spring 2018, the road has been designed to alleviate a congestion blighted area of the city which currently grid-locks Ely and will include two new bridges to cross the River Ouse and its flood plain, as well as additional railway lines." The newspaper reports: "Once complete it is projected the road will reduce journey times between A10 and Stuntney Causeway by up to 56 per cent for drivers.

It will also reduce delays for motorists leaving Ely station by 50 per cent during rush hour." Richard Schofield, Network Rail's Managing Director, Anglia Route, says: "The work on the Ely bypass will make a huge difference to the way people travel in this area.

The Association will be making representations of support in respect of proposals which directly affect Kings Lynn-Kings Cross services (see news items below, dated Wednesday 7 December 2016 and Monday 19 September 2016).

Friday 10 March 2017 - Anna Savva writes in the Cambridge News: "How £36 million Ely bypass will help ease congestion as work begins.

[The Association understands that the timetable for when the station opens is an initial service and that King's Lynn-King's Cross services cannot stop there until the Cambridge-King's Lynn 8-car scheme (train lengthening) is completed as these trains are already too overcrowded.

We call for the earliest implementation of this scheme].

The Fenman issue 1/2017 is now available in the Members' section .

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