The rail crossing barriers on a busy road are stuck down again, just three days after the very same fault occurred.
Rail crossing barriers on a busy road are now working properly after an earlier fault caused severe traffic problems.
The Beast from the East may have passed and the snow may have mostly melted, but the white stuff still needed to be cleared to allow the trains to run.
Train services are expected to run as normal tomorrow after a day of snow disruption.
Forecasted heavy snow fall and sub-zero temperatures has forced Greater Anglia to put in place a contingency plan which could see trains cancelled across Norfolk and Suffolk.
The closure of train services between Norwich, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth continues this weekend for signalling improvements.
Network Rail has shared plans for how it will spend more than £2 billion to improve train services in East Anglia between 2019 and 2024.
The MP for Suffolk Coastal has urged the public to use level crossings safely, after a teenage girl narrowly missed being hit by a train at Halesworth last month.
A postcode lottery for Norfolk in the trial of a new ‘Millennial’ 26-30 railcard will be fixed after patches in availability were found.
Trains running to and from Lowestoft this morning are facing disruption due to a points failure.
Plans described as “difficult and “unambitious” could reverse swathing cuts to the rural rail network by restoring services which were scrapped in the 1960s.
Scores of motorists are facing fines, points on their licences, or the prospect of special training after “dicing with death” on railway level crossings in Suffolk.
Rail passengers are set to experience widespread disruption as work on a major modernisation plan gets under way.
Suffolk Coastal MP, Dr Therese Coffey, has warned people in Halesworth that they could still see the crossing at the town’s railway station shut if it is not used properly.
Rail passengers using the Ipswich to Lowestoft line are being advised to check before they travel as work to the track begins this weekend.
The East Suffolk rail line is to be closed between Ipswich and Halesworth for nine days to allow a team of engineers to install five miles of new track.
There will be more disruption on the trains in East Anglia tomorrow as heat-related speed restrictions are put in place.
A warning has been issued to boat users that swing bridges at Oulton, Somerleyton and Reedham will be closed until 7pm this evening (Monday) because of the hot weather.
Shocking new images of people dicing with death on the region’s rail lines has been released by train operator Greater Anglia in a bid to reduce the number of trespass incidents on the track.
Trains to and from Lowestoft are being delayed because of a fault with a river swing bridge.
The number of train cancellations in the region due to train faults has doubled in the last four years, it can be revealed.
The number of people trespassing on the region’s railway lines is at an all time high, as it was revealed one person trespasses and puts their life at risk an hour nationally.
A Greater Anglia train driver has described the moment he witnessed children climb out of a carriage moving at 80mph, risking their lives as part of a dangerous craze sweeping the region.
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