There are delays on Greater Anglia trains due to the poor weather conditions. Services will not run before 10am and replacement bus services will not be available.
Services suspended on Greater Anglia trains between:
- Norwich and Lowestoft
- Norwich and Great Yarmouth
- Ipswich and Lowestoft
- Ipswich and Felixstowe
The Lynn Road is closed in both directions due to flooding between Surrey Street, Wiggenhall St Germans, and Fitton Road.
The bridge over the Great River Ouse is closed.
The A12 Bascule Bridge is closed Northbound due to flooding between A12 Belvedere Road and Station Square.
The A12 at Blythburgh in Suffolk is closed in both directions due to flooding between the B1125 and the A145.
The sea wall has been breached and emergency repairs will be carried out at low tide.
There are currently delays of up to an hour on East Midland Trains between Norwich and Peterborough.
There's also disruption on Greater Anglia between Norwich and Colchester and the service has been suspended between Colchester and Clacton-on-Sea, and between Colchester and Walton-on-the-Naze.
Work will go on overnight to repair the damage and if you are planning to travel tomorrow you are advised to check before setting out.
Greater Anglia - Norfolk: Service suspended on Greater Anglia between Norwich and Colchester due to obstruction on the line between Norwich and Diss, and between Manningtree and Colchester.
Suffolk: Disruption to container freight operations at Felixstowe due to adverse weather conditions.
East Midlands Trains - Norfolk: Delays of up to on hour on East Midlands Trains between Norwich and Peterborough due to poor weather.
London Midland - Hertfordshire: Service suspended on London Midland between Watford Junction and St Albans Abbey due to poor rail conditions.
See an overview of how trains are running for each train operator here
GT YARMOUTH UPDATE - ALL town services will STOP from approx 2000hrs. All buses will be off the road by 2100-2130hrs (1/3)
Traffic in the city is extremely heavy due to a number of fallen trees. Please expect HEAVY DELAYS to ALL services