Greater Anglia's new trains caused yet more woe for commuters this morning as two main commuter services on the East Suffolk Line were cancelled due to faults.
Bosses from Greater Anglia are being invited to Suffolk County Council to explain what has happened during the difficult roll-out of their new trains over the winter.
After a third day of chaos on the East Suffolk line between Lowestoft and Ipswich, Greater Anglia has pledged to get its services back on track.
The new trains introduced on Greater Anglia's rural routes were not the cause of the signalling problems that have plunged services into chaos over the last few weeks, the company said today.
The region's rail travellers are facing new charges as pay-and-display meters are being put in at a host of stations.
Rail passengers on the Wherry lines are facing nine days of disruption as some services are suspended as part of the next phase of works to upgrade the signalling systems and track.
Rail passengers in some parts of Norfolk and Suffolk will find themselves on roads, rather than tracks, due to trains being replaced by buses.