A survey by the consumer rights organisation Which? has revealed two of the region's train companies have been ranked bottom for customer satisfaction.
First Capital Connect came bottom, with a 40% customer satisfaction rating with Greater Anglia placed just one place above in 18th scoring only 42%.
Top of the satisfaction table, compiled from responses from 7,500 regular train users, was West Coast main line operator Virgin Trains with a score of 67%. The London to Tilbury and Southend company c2c a scored 64%.
The survey also showed 40% of train travellers are likely to reduce the number of journeys they make as a result of the recent price increases.
But a third of commuters said they did not have an alternative way of getting to work and would just have to pay more.
There are 30 minute delays on CrossCountry services between Stansted Airport and Peterborough due to electrical supply problems at Cambridge. This is also causing problems on First Capital Connect services between King's Lynn and Letchworth Garden City.
There are also 30 minute delays on First Capital Connect services between Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City and King's Cross due to a signalling problem at King's Cross. This is also affecting East Coast trains.
There are also 40 minute delays on Greater Anglia Trains travelling between Chelmsford and London and services from Chelmsford may be cancelled.