We’re changing every single train over the next two years, and changing your journeys forever

We're building a railway that works for our customers. New, spacious trains with free wifi, better timetables with more frequent services, and more peak-time seats into London. By 2020, your train service will be completely transformed.

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Your railway

We've listened and now we're changing

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Timeline

When is this happening?

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New train layouts

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  • 12 Car Intercity
    Norwich to Liverpool Street
  • 12 Car Stansted Express
    Stansted Airport to Liverpool Street
  • 10 Car Bombardier
    Ipswich/Clacton/Colchester/Southend/Cambridge/Hertford East to Liverpool Street plus branch lines
  • 5 Car Bombardier
    Ipswich/Clacton/Colchester/Southend/Cambridge/Hertford East to Liverpool Street plus branch lines
  • 4 Car Stadler
    Norwich to Gt Yarmouth/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Sheringham, Ipswich to Felixstowe/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Peterborough, Marks Tey and Sudbury
  • 3 Car Stadler
    Norwich to Gt Yarmouth/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Sheringham, Ipswich to Felixstowe/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Peterborough, Marks Tey and Sudbury

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Excellent performance on the Bittern Line

New figures released by Greater Anglia show that the Norwich to Sheringham line has just seen some of its best-ever performance figures.

Results for the four weeks from 9 January, after level crossings were upgraded and speed restrictions were removed, reveal that over 97.3% of trains ran on time – up with the most punctual results the line has ever seen.

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You said your new trains would be more reliable – what’s gone wrong?

We’ve successfully run thousands of services, covering hundreds of thousands of miles using our new trains since we introduced them in July last year – and they are already making a positive difference to our customers’ journeys. The most common reaction we see when people step on board them for the first time is “wow!”. People like the fact that there’s more seats, plug and USB sockets, good air conditioning & heating and easier access – especially for those with a wheelchair, buggies or heavy luggage.

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New trains start passenger service on Sudbury-Marks Tey route

Brand new longer trains have today (Tuesday 21 January) gone into passenger service on Greater Anglia’s Sudbury-Marks Tey route.

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