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Greater Anglia to run extra trains to coincide with Ipswich v Norwich derby
Football fans can take advantage of extra Greater Anglia services this weekend which will coincide with the Ipswich v Norwich derby at Portman Road.
On Sunday 22 October, the train operator will run additional services at:
- 10.50 Norwich to Ipswich (calling at Diss)
- 14.35 Ipswich to Norwich (calling at Diss)
- 14.20 Ipswich to Bury St Edmunds
Scheduled hourly Sunday service between Norwich and Ipswich will also run as usual.
Engineering works on Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth train lines
Rail passengers should check before they travel if they’re travelling between Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft from Saturday 21 October when work is due to take place on a major modernisation plan.
Network Rail is installing a brand new signalling system on the Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Norwich to Lowestoft routes. The work will also affect some other services in north Norfolk and east Suffolk.
An intensive nine-day period of work is due to take place from Saturday 21 October to Monday 30 October.
Fines of nearly £66,000 for fare dodgers
Fare dodgers have been fined nearly £66,000 after they were caught riding Greater Anglia trains with no intention of buying a ticket.
The train company prosecuted a total of 370 people in the last six weeks for fare evasion across the Greater Anglia Network.
The people were taken to court after Greater Anglia Revenue Protection Inspectors discovered them on trains with no ticket and in some cases no money or cards on them to pay for a ticket.
In total, the fare dodgers were fined £65,848 and ordered to pay £31,189 costs.