There are many reasons to choose rail travel - it’s usually more direct, quicker and more comfortable.
But it’s also a great choice for the planet – with greenhouse gas emissions per kilometre by rail being far less than cars*. Only cycling and walking are better for the environment!
With everyone trying to do their bit to cut their carbon footprint and create a healthier future, stepping onto a Greater Anglia train instead of getting in the car is a great way to get started.
Exotic-sounding getaways in East Anglia you can visit by train
With confusing travel restrictions on foreign destinations this year, UK travel and staycations are the answer for many of us. Have a look at some of our favourites.
Looking for things to do in East Anglia? Take a garden tour by train
Picture an eco-friendly journey through wildflowers, past bug houses, bird boxes and slow worm homes, as East Anglia’s huge blue skies roll by.
Ely rail station ‘turf wars’ as Greater Anglia staff battle to create the best floral display
Help to reduce carbon footprint is now available at Greater Anglia website
Essex rail station platforms feature community herb gardens and wildflowers thanks to partnership
Miniature herb and wildflower gardens have been installed at seven rail station platforms in Essex thanks to a community rail partnership project.