With the January 2019 fare increases, the restrictions on travel back from London to stations south of Ely in the evening peak with an off-peak day return have been lifted, so passengers from Waterbeach and Cambridge North (and Cambridge) can return on any train.
At the same time, a "super-off-peak" fare with evening restrictions has been introduced from those stations, at a saving of about 3%. There do not seem to be any super-off-peak fares to London from the other Fen line stations, which did not have evening peak restrictions in 2018. We are seeking clarification, and will update this message when we have it.
We represent the interests of users of the Fen Line to the management of the franchise holders and Network Rail.
We monitor to ensure that services offered are maintained and improved.
We inform our members of the latest developments.
The AGM takes place each November. Representatives of the rail industry attend to give members the opportunity to raise issues with key staff from across the network.
Become a member and get access to the members' section.
FLUA works to develop services on the King's Lynn to Cambridge line.
We seek the best for users from the fast-changing railway scene by working with all parties in the rail industry and with other relevant bodies in the development of the Thameslink Southern and Great Northern (TSGN) franchise on the Fen Line.
Some of our history
There are seven Fen Line stations: King's Lynn, Watlington, Downham Market, Littleport, Ely, Waterbeach, and Cambridge North.
Electric trains from Fen Line stations to Cambridge and London King's Cross are run by
Great Northern for commuters, business and leisure users.
Greater Anglia operates electric trains from Fen Line stations to Cambridge and London Liverpool Street. These peak hour extras run Mondays-Fridays only.