Service suspended on Greater Anglia between Norwich and Lowestoft due to poor weather. Tickets being accepted on route X1 and X2 on First Norfolk Bus services.
Due to the North Sea tidal surge, trains will be disrupted until at least Monday 9th December. There are buses are running between Beccles, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth for passengers heading to Norwich
A149 Coast Road in both directions closed due to flooding between Old Woman's Lane (Cley Next The Sea) and The Street (Kelling).Coasthopper buses are not able to run between Sheringham and Cromer, because of severe flooding between Cley and Weybourne.
A12 in both directions closed due to flooding and emergency repairs between B1125 Angel Lane and A145.The sea wall has been breached and emergency repairs will need to be carried out. The road will be closed for a considerable tim
SERVICE UPDATE: Trains are now running on all routes, with the exception of Ipswich-Lowestoft and Norwich-Lowestoft which are suspended. JA
SERVICE UPDATE: 1036 Norwich-Gt Yarmouth & 1117 Gt Yarmouth-Norwich are both due to run this morning, although delays are possible. JA
A143 Beccles Road blocked both ways, queueing traffic due to flooding around B1074 Herringfleet Road.
One lane is blocked southbound on the A1(M) in Cambridgeshire due to a car fire. It happened between junction 15 and Old North Road (Sawtry).
The A134 in Thetford in Norfolk is blocked in both directions due to an accident between the A1066 Mundford Road and Swaffham Road.
In Lowestoft, Suffolk, the Bascule Bridge has re-opened again after it was closed to northbound traffic because of flooding.
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