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Greater Anglia is advising passengers that some services are set to be very busy on Wednesday 4 March when Norwich City are away to Tottenham Hotspur in the 5th round of the FA Cup.
In addition to the scheduled services, there will be an additional service after the match – the 23.47 Liverpool Street to Norwich (calling Stratford 23.56, Ipswich 01.03, Stowmarket 01.15, Diss 01.28 and Norwich 01.50). Other scheduled services will operate as per the normal timetable.
A Suffolk organisation aims to get more people walking this Spring with a series of free guided walks.
The East Suffolk Lines Community Rail Partnership will run a guided walk over five Saturdays from 29 February until 4 April with each one starting and ending at a Greater Anglia rail station on the Ipswich – Lowestoft and Felixstowe rail lines.
The Partnership’s Chairman, Aaron Taffera, says he hopes that because the walks start and end at the train station people will come from far and wide to enjoy them – and be able to leave the car at home.
Fare dodgers were ordered to pay almost £400,000 after Greater Anglia prosecuted people caught riding trains without tickets over a two-month period.
More than 1,300 people were prosecuted between 1 December 2019 and 31 January 2020 after they were caught without tickets on Greater Anglia trains.
Magistrates imposed fines of more than £150,000 and costs of more than £235,000 on people who were accused of fare evasion across the network.
Cases were heard at courts across Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and London.