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Cambridgeshire mayor urges new transport team to revoke Ely North 'mistake' - decision is blow to projects like Wisbech station and better rail services for Fenland

A decision to let vital improvement to a bottleneck on the Peterborough to Ely railway line has been blasted by Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer .

Mayor Palmer has warned transport ministers to rethink the decision to let improving North Ely junction slip down the Government's priorities - or risk setting back work on several major infrastructure projects including hopes of a station at Wisbech.

The upgrade of the junction, which sees five lines converge to connect Norwich and King's Lynn to Cambridge, Cambridge to London and Ipswich to the Midlands.

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