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Network Rail’s Anglia route comprises over 1,700 miles of track from London Liverpool Street station to Norwich in the east and Cambridge in the west, the North London Line from Gospel Oak to Barking East, and Essex Thameside from Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness. With over 63.6 million passenger journeys, Liverpool Street is the third busiest railway station in Britain and the route is well connected with two airports, Stansted and Southend.
Latest news for this route
Extensive Christmas engineering work will help to deliver significant benefits for passengers and continue with exciting new station builds.
Passengers wishing to travel by rail this Christmas are being encouraged to check before travelling as extensive engineering work will be taking place across the Anglia region.
Planned upgrade work to impact Thameslink and Great Northern passengers travelling to and from London on 3 December
- There will be an extremely limited train and replacement bus service between London and Peterborough, Cambridge, and Kings Lynn
- Buses will run to key stations only and many stations will not be served for the whole day
- Passengers urged to consider travelling a day earlier if possible
Three level crossing upgrades to help keep Norfolk moving safely and reliably
Network Rail has upgraded three level crossings in Norfolk with brand new safety equipment.
Cambridge South station main construction contract awarded
- J Murphy and Sons Ltd awarded £93.4 million contract to build Cambridge South station.
- Passengers will benefit from quicker and easier access to the city’s biomedical campus – Europe’s largest centre of medical research and health science.
- New station will support 300 new construction jobs and forms part of the proposed East-West Rail route, which aims to unlock £103 billion of economic growth.
Reminder: Six days of rail replacement for Wymondham subway works and reliability upgrades
Work to improve access to Wymondham town centre, as well as vital maintenance to the railway, will mean six consecutive days of rail replacement from Saturday 21 – Thursday 26 October 2023.
Mayor of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough tracks progress of railway improvements on tour of network
On Friday 13 October, the Mayor of the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority, Dr Nik Johnson, joined partners from the rail industry on a tour of Cambridgeshire’s network.
Important weekend engineering work on the Essex Thameside line will take place this autumn to maintain reliability and safety
Weekend engineering work will be taking place on the Essex Thameside line as part of important renewals and maintenance to keep the railway running reliably and safely.
Passengers are asked to check weekend travel plans this autumn when travelling between Colchester and London.
From October, railway engineering work is taking place on the Great Eastern main line to continue to construct the new station at Beaulieu Park affecting some weekend passenger services and undertake vital maintenance work.
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