A level crossing on the Norfolk and Suffolk border which uses new technology to open and close its barriers rather than a signal-man, is causing controversy among drivers.
Drivers in Brandon say the barriers are sometimes stuck down for hours, causing long delays.
A public meeting is being held with Network Rail and local Conservative MP's Matthew Hancock, West Suffolk and Elizabeth Truss, South West Norfolk.
Concerns about a railway crossing in Suffolk will be raised at a public meeting this evening. Local MPs Matthew Hancock, and Elizabeth Truss are due to attend the meeting in Brandon.
People in the town say they are frustrated by the number of technical problems since the crossing was converted from manual to automatic operation.
Replacement bus service running on East Midlands Trains between Ely and Norwich and between Ely and Brandon due to engineering works. Buses replace trains until Sunday 12th May.
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Police in Suffolk are concerned for a 22-year-old Polish man who has been missing since last Friday (March 29).
Patryk Klamer from London Road in Brandon was last seen at around 9.20pm on Friday.
Patryk had visited a friend in Astor Court, Brandon, and hasn’t been in contact with anyone since.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call Bury St Edmunds Police on 101.
Rail passengers travelling between Norwich and Ely are being put on buses due to a signalling problem at Brandon.The level crossing barriers got stuck down from around 08:00 until around 08:30. They're open again now but trains have been suspended while repairs take place.
There've been long delays for drivers at Brandon in Suffolk after the level crossing barriers on the main road through the town got stuck. The A1065 High Street / Mundford Road is blocked both ways due to level crossing failure at Brandon Road.
Divers are joining the search for a missing man at Brandon in Suffolk.
Robert Arnold, who is 65, from Beechfields in Brandon, was reported missing on 24 May but has not been seen since 8pm on Monday 21 May.
His car was found in the Aldi car park, near the river Little Ouse.
Helicopters, boats and dogs have already been used in the search.
Mr Arnold wears two hearing aids. When he went missing it is thought he was wearing jeans and a quilted anorak.
Anyone who has seen him should contact the Duty Sergeant at Mildenhall Police Station on 101.