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Full train timetable will return in May

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has received reassurance from rail company Northern and Transport for the North that the Hull to Bridlington service, which calls at Driffield, Hutton Cranswick and Nafferton, will return to full capacity later this year.

This will mean a twice hourly service from Hull-Beverley-Bridlington.

Cllr Jonathan Owen, leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council was delighted with the news.
“This is very welcome news to our residents, visitors and businesses alike,” said Councillor Owen.

“The return of this service will restore a vital link between key destinations and enable visitors from near and far to make their journeys by rail.

“Not only will this support the local economy, but it will also support our shared ambitions to protect the environment.”

Rob Warnes, Strategic Development Director at Northern Rail added: “We recognise the importance of local rail connections for the communities and customers we serve.

“Due to the impact of the pandemic, we have had to amend a number of timetables on the network.

“Our teams and industry partners continue to work hard to provide as many services as possible and we are planning to reinstate the full Hull to Bridlington service from May 2022.”

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