There are calls for improvements to be made to rail links between Lincoln and Nottingham.
A group of business leaders are lobbying Network Rail and East Midlands Trains for more frequent services, particularly on a weekend, and improved tracks.
They believe it could help attract more tourists to the city.
An East Midlands Trains spokesman said: "We have worked hard to improve the service between Nottingham and Lincoln and hame provided our passengers with refurbished trains and an additional evening service.
"We remain supportive of further improvements to the service on this route, and have been instrumental in the creation of a dedicated Lincoln-Nottingham stakeholder board to look at the future services on this route."
Wensleydale Railway is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Today, as it was when it was first launched, today’s train pulled by 69023, was waved off by the Rt Hon William Hague MP at Leeming Bar station.
Officers are appealing for information after a lorry struck the barriers at a level crossing in Lolham, in Lincolnshire - causing hours of delays on the railways.
PC Sean White, from British Transport Police, said: “At around 10am on April 2, a brown large goods vehicle approached the level crossing on King Street whilst the barriers were beginning to lower.
“Instead of stopping, the driver of the lorry carried on through the crossing, as the vehicle collided with the barriers, seriously damaging them. One of the barriers was so badly damaged, it was ripped from its mechanics and left bent across the rail tracks.”
Trains running through the area were cancelled and the local road was closed while new barriers were installed. As a result of the incident, trains were delayed by over four hours.
He added: “This not only caused inconvenience to local drivers, and to rail passengers whose journeys were disrupted, but we are lucky there were no injuries."
Anyone with information is asked to call 0800 40 50 40.
The Conservative MP for York Outer Julian Sturdy will be meet with residents from Haxby and Wigginton to discuss with them their campaign for a train station in Haxby.
The meeting is part of an ongoing campaign to open a new station in the village, on the Scarborough Line, so that local residents have a fast, direct service into York and vehicle congestion in the area is reduced.
The village has been without railway links since the 1930s, when the old Haxby Railway Station was closed.