Improved level crossing safety on the Felixstowe branch line
Four level crossings on the Felixstowe branch line will be upgraded to make crossing the railway safer as part of a £60.4m project to increase capacity.
Wherry lines reopen to passengers following engineering works to upgrade signals and track.
Work to upgrade the Norwich, Yarmouth and Lowestoft railway in Anglia moved forward last week as the fourth phase of re-signalling works were completed during a nine-day suspension of rail services on the Wherry lines.
It won’t cost anything to spend a penny: Toilets are now free at London Liverpool Street
The public toilets at one of the busiest railway stations in the country are free to use from today. This fulfils Network Rail’s commitment to make toilets ‘free to pee’ in all its 19 managed stations.
Passengers at the heart of plans to spend over £2bn improving the railway
Network Rail Anglia has published its business plan for the five years to March 2024 with over £2.2bn planned investment for operating, maintaining and renewing the railway.
£10m fund to improve passenger journeys
A £10m booster fund has been announced by Network Rail’s Anglia route as part of its commitment to improve punctuality for passengers.
Lighting the way at London Liverpool Street
Over 3,500 lights have been replaced at London Liverpool Street station, saving energy and helping Network Rail to reduce its carbon footprint.
Signalling upgrade of the Wherry lines continues with track works at Brundall junction
The next phase of works to upgrade the signalling systems and track as part of the Norwich, Yarmouth, Lowestoft (NYL) re-signalling project takes place from Saturday.
Updated: Easter engineering works: passengers advised to check before they travel
Passengers who travel across East London, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk are set to benefit from major rail upgrades as Network Rail carries out a package of upgrades over Easter.
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