Local rail operators are considering proposals by the Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, to abolish First Class seats on commuter routes into London.
Greater Anglia say passenger groups have also raised the issue and they'll give it full consideration when finalising design plans for new trains from 2019.
London Midland meanwhile still await the outcome of their franchise renewal process.
The consultation process for the introduction of new trains across the Greater Anglia network has just finished.
This issue has been raised amongst some passenger groups so will be given our full consideration when finalising the design plans for the new trains due to arrive from 2019.
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Greater Anglia rail guards are to be balloted on possible strike action.
The RMT rail union says it is over the potential introduction of driver-only operated doors on trains.
The dispute mirrors a similar one on the Southern Rail network over the last year.
The union say the train service have failed to guarantee the future role of guards on the service.
RMT will not sit back and wait for the company any longer and we have no option but to begin preparations for a ballot in order to protect safety and access on Greater Anglia services.
The union remains available for further talks around the crucial issue of the guard guarantee.
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