Northern Rail are proposing some enhancements on services on the Yorkshire Coast Line between Hull and Scarborough, according to the latest Rail magazine. Previously mentioned as being under 'serious consideration', plans to extend the Sunday Scarborough service to operate year round have been submitted for approval.
Meanwhile it is proposed to provide a half hourly evening peak service between Hull and Bridlington - this is the daytime frequency but in the evening peak there is a 52 and 38 minute gap between services, though supplemented by Hull to Beverley shuttles operating up to every 15 minutes.
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