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Greater Anglia is planning to restore the full timetable between Ipswich and Peterborough from Monday 20 January.
Jay Thompson, Greater Anglia train service delivery director said: “We sincerely apologise to customers on the Ipswich-Peterborough route who have been inconvenienced by many weeks of disruption.
“We are now confident that we have everything in place so that we are able to run a full timetable on the route.
Passenger numbers at Norwich rail station grew by 2.3% last year, figures show.
Over 4.2 million entries and exits were recorded at the station from January to December 2019, meaning over 40,000 people passed through every week, according to data from the Office of Rail and Road.
The figures show that while half a million of these were regular commuters, a whopping 2.9 million were leisure travellers taking advantage of Greater Anglia’s great value off peak and Advance fares to explore the city, the region, or going for a day out in London
Passenger numbers at Manningtree rail station grew by 2.6% last year, figures show.
Over 1.1 million entries and exits were recorded at the station from January to December 2019, meaning over 10,500 people passed through every week, according to data from the Office of Rail and Road.
Greater Anglia is in the process of expanding the car park at Manningtree to help accommodate the additional passengers, creating 220 additional spaces once work is completed early next year, bringing the total to more than 800.