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Rail passengers are reminded to check before they travel between Norwich and Lowestoft as buses replace trains for nine days starting this weekend while Network Rail improve the track.
Buses will replace trains between Norwich and Lowestoft via Oulton Broad North from Saturday 15 August to Sunday 23 August.
Norwich to Great Yarmouth via Reedham train services will be diverted via Acle and Lingwood. Connecting buses will operate between Lingwood and Reedham via Cantley, and between Lowestoft and Haddiscoe via Somerleyton (Monday-Saturday only).
Punctuality on Greater Anglia trains was 96.2 per cent in July – another very good result, for the fourth successive month, as the company increased train services, with more people travelling again during the easing of lockdown.
Throughout the lockdown period, Greater Anglia provided a punctual and reliable service with its revised timetable for those who needed to travel – with punctuality hitting 97.3 per cent in April, 95.7 per cent in May and 96.2 per cent in June.
Norwich was the most popular destination outside of London for leisure passengers travelling on the Greater Anglia network in 2019.
Nearly 650,000 leisure journeys were made to Norwich last year. More than half a million people opted for a trip to Cambridge while 427,000 chose to visit Chelmsford. Colchester attracted 420,000 people while Ipswich welcomed just under 400,000.