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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. Crossrail, when completed in 2019, will run from Shenfield to Liverpool Street and connect to Heathrow, and will transform journeys into the Capital by delivering more capacity and better connections to the City.
Latest news for this region
Network Rail submits final proposals to close or modify level crossings across Essex, Hertfordshire, Havering, Southend and Thurrock
Network Rail has applied to the Secretary of State for Transport for a Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) to close or modify 61 level crossings across Essex, Hertfordshire, Havering, Southend and Thurrock.
Anglia runs on rail: New figures show the full extent of the rail industry’s contribution to the East of England
- Network Rail supports around 13,690 local jobs in the East of England and last year £611.51 million was spent with 258 local businesses
- Every weekday 190,000 passengers travel with Greater Anglia from 132 stations. The company is committed to improving the service with more trains, faster journeys and more seats, spending £1.4 billion on all new trains
- £100 million spent every single week by Network Rail on improving the railway in Britain
Network Rail has applied to the Secretary of State for Transport for a Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) to close or modify 24 level crossings across Suffolk.
A key milestone in the improvement plans for Hackney Wick station will be reached this Easter, with the installation of a new subway that will improve access to the station for passengers when the project is complete early next year.
Rail passengers urged to check before they travel as investment in bigger, better railway continues over Easter
Rail passengers travelling between Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and London this Easter are advised to check before they travel as a huge package of improvement work is carried out.
Network Rail has applied to the Secretary of State for Transport for a Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) to close or modify 29 level crossings across Cambridgeshire.
Two female Network Rail graduates visited Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls in Romford yesterday (Tuesday) ahead of International Women’s day today, to encourage girls to think about a career in rail engineering.
Passengers travelling on the Calder Valley Line are being urged to check before they travel following a landslip at Dryclough Junction, south of Halifax station.
Major improvements for East Anglia’s rail passengers as half-way point is reached in 10 weekends of upgrades
Passengers travelling between Norwich and London will benefit from smoother and more reliable journeys as the half-way mark is reached in 10 consecutive weekends of important railway upgrade work.