Services on a train route that has been suspended for more than a year are set to fully return from Monday 19 February.
The Marston Vale Line, which has 12 stations between Bedford and Bletchley, has been suspended since December 2022. A morning and afternoon peak service resumed in November.
The Monday to Saturday service will return to a full timetable, with fares reduced to £1 for three months, the operator London Northwestern Railway (LNR) said.
Buses have been used on the route after the maintenance provider, Vivarail, went into administration.