Strike action on East Midlands Trains planned for tomorrow has been called off.
The company says members of the ASLEF union have accepted a new pension deal.
Senior managers say they are now planning to run services as usual tomorrow and on Monday when a second strike had been called.
There are cancellations on East Midlands Trains because of industrial action. It is affecting routes between Kettering and Corby, Peterborough and Ely and Ely and Norwich. More details here.
Service is suspended on East Midlands Trains due to industrial action, affecting journeys between Kettering and Corby and also between Peterborough and Ely and Ely and Norwich.
Service suspended on East Midlands Trains between Grantham and Peterborough, between Peterborough and Ely, between Ely and Norwich and also between Corby and Kettering due to industrial action by ASLEF union members.
Service suspended due to industrial action, between Kettering and Corby, Peterborough and Ely, and Ely and Norwich.
Rail services for East Midlands Trains will be affected today because of the first of a series of strikes in a dispute over pensions.
Members of the drivers' union Aslef at East Midlands Trains will walk out for 24 hours.
Further strikes are planned for Thursday May 3 and again on May 8, 10, 15 and 17.
A reduced service will be operating today and on Thursday and there will be replacement bus services in operation on many routes.
Delays of up to 30 minutes on East Midlands Trains at Norwich due to signalling problem. Delays to and from the station expected until approximately 22:30. Also affecting Greater Anglia services.