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Train bike charges are abandoned
Train operator One is removing its charges for carrying bicycles in a bid to encourage 'green' travel.

It costs 3 for a single journey to take a bike on inter-city trains into London and 1 on local services across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.

From 2 January the charges will be removed, making carrying a bicycle on a train free.

Reservations are still required on services to London and also encouraged for local journeys.




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