Rising demand for West Norfolk rail services shows need for continuing investment, says campaign group
The demand for rail travel is continuing to grow in West Norfolk, despite rising ticket costs, according to new figures.
Earlier this month, Lynn-based campaigners urged commuters to demand action from their MP as an average 2.7 per cent increase in fares was implemented.
But data from the Office for Rail and Road (ORR), which regulates the rail industry, suggests there is no sign of the demand for train travel slowing down just yet.
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