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Rail travel in Cambridge booming as passenger numbers rocketThe city and surrounding rail stations are on track to break records in the numbers using rail services, according to campaign group Rail EastPassenger numbers on trains using Cambridge station have rocketedGet the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe number of passengers using rail travel in Cambridge, Stansted Airport and Newmarket is rocketing, according to a new study.Campaign group Rail East has revealed how the city and surrounding rail stations are on track to break records in the numbers using the service.Group member Mike Farahar has compiled line by line figures which show an upward trend in the East of England has risen by 4.7 per cent over the last year and about 22 per cent since 2011.Cambridge has seen a rise in numbers from 8.245 million in 2011 to 10.954 million last year an increase of 32.9 per cent.Newmarket has seen a huge 64 per cent increase from 197,900 in 2011 to 324,600 last year.Shelford has increased by 16.8 per cent, and Ely from 1.732 million to 2.132 million.Meanwhile Stansted Airport station has taken off with a 47.6 per cent increase and last year boasted a total of 6.012 million passengers, up from 4.074 million.The increase in Cambridge rail travel has been attributed to charges being made for park and ride.This is why half of the car park at Cambridge train station is closedChristopher Burton, vice chairman of East Anglia Rail Future, said Stansted Airport’s increased numbers were down to an increase in air customers after a few years in the doldrums caused largely by the 2009 banking collapse.He added: “Cambridge, like Norwich, is particularly tricky to enter by car in the peak periods allied to a park and ride charge being inflicted 18 months ago which is possibly causing changes in travel mode. Cambridge is also the East Anglian city with the least employment problem plus a strong commuting link with London with around 70 per cent of its footfall heading in that direction.”That said, employment in all the other regional cities including Peterborough has been at least holding up well.Cyclists told to stop buying bike locks by chief inspector”Housing prices however, are driving out of town developments near railheads, especially around Norwich and Cambridge. Again on the Ipswich Cambridge Peterborough route such enclaves are growing constantly at Stowmarket, Elmswell, Thurston, Bury St Edmunds and Kennett and to a lesser extent on the East Suffolk route through Saxmundham to Lowestoft, hence the promised return of through services to Liverpool Street.”He added: “So all in all, encouragingly significant economic growth within our regional cities and towns is the prime driver, as I think statistics elsewhere confirm.”A428 upgrade options will be put forward next month, according to MPBut one station stood out as bucking the trend and had just 12 passengers last year down 98.5 per cent but is set for growth.The newsletter said: “Shippea Hill, now beloved by the media, will prove its worth when Mildenhall Air Base closes and the builders move in and the residents realise that Cambridge North is just 20 minutes up the line.”.