Is Greater Anglia still running?
Trains services are now running normally but some services may be delayed due to knock on effect on earlier trains arriving at their destinations late. Greater Anglia is sorry if your journey has been affected by this disruption. We would like to make you aware of our delay repay policy.
Are trains running to Colchester today?
Following the fire alarm sounding in a signalbox earlier today at Colchester all lines are now open. Train services running through this station are returning to normal but some services may still be cancelled, delayed by up to 30 minutes or revised. Train services will be disrupted.
Do Greater Anglia trains run Sunday?
On Sundays a two-hourly service will operate on Norwich to Cambridge/Stansted Airport, Norwich to Sheringham, Norwich to Great Yarmouth, Norwich to Lowestoft, Ipswich to Lowestoft and Ipswich to Felixstowe routes.
Are trains running from Colchester to London?
Greater Anglia offers regular and direct trains from Colchester to London.
Can you drink alcohol on Greater Anglia trains?
Greater Anglia is reminding the public that the concourse, platforms and car park at Norwich station is an alcohol-free zone. The station is part of Norwich Constabulary’s city centre alcohol-free zone, which means that no-one can drink alcohol at the station – other than in the pub.
What are off peak times on Greater Anglia?
For the cheapest Off-Peak fares, Oyster Cards offer Off-Peak prices on Pay as you go journeys after 09:30 but not between 16:00 and 19:00.
What time do Greater Anglia trains stop running?
Most services across the country are stopped between around 01:00 am and 05:00 am each morning to let the trains have a nap, so it’s usually fairly easy to search for the first train of the day using our tool – simply type in your departure (from) and arrival (to) stations, and choose a time inside of this morning …
Do all Greater Anglia trains have toilets?
Greater Anglia is getting 191 new trains in total – with a total of 442 toilets on board, including 191 accessible toilets. 66 new trains are already in passenger service, with most of the rest due this year.
Do you need to wear a mask on a train Scotland?
THE wearing of masks on public trains will no longer be enforced by ScotRail staff, although their use is still mandatory in Scotland. The transport firm’s operations director told the BBC on Wednesday that the decision had been taken in order to prevent staff from being put in a “very difficult position”.
When do the new trains start for Greater Anglia?
Greater Anglia is replacing all its trains with brand-new longer state-of-the-art trains – a feat that no other train company has done before on such a large scale. The first new train entered passenger service in July 2019 on the route between Norwich, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.
How to claim delay repay from Greater Anglia?
Complete our online Delay Repay claim form. Alternatively pick up a claim form at staffed stations/from staff on trains. Or print off a PDF version of the Delay Repay form. Post the completed form to us at: Freepost GREATER ANGLIA CUSTOMER RELATIONS. Note this is the full address.
When do Merseyrail trains run on Monday and Saturday?
Merseyrail are operating a reduced service to ensure that vital train services for key workers can keep running throughout a prolonged coronavirus outbreak. Trains will now operate a 30-minute service on all lines between 07:00 and 19:00 from Monday to Saturday, with a limited additional service from 19:00 to 22:00 on some lines.
What do I need to know about ScotRail check service?
Check service shows information for direct trains only – if your journey involves a change, enter each leg separately. Find out about any engineering works and timetable alterations that could impact on your travel plans.