Abellio, who run the Greater Anglia rail line, has been named Train Operator of the Year at the annual national Rail Business Awards.
Greater Anglia is asking MPs, businesspeople and rail groups to help push for major improvements to the region's rail network.
Great Anglia is calling for improvements to two of its busiest routes.
Disruption on Greater Anglia between Liverpool Street and Cheshunt, and between Liverpool Street and Hertford East due to overhead line problems between Southbury and Cheshunt.
There is disruption on Greater Anglia trains between Stratford and Bishops Stortford due to a person being hit by a train at Northumberland Park.
All lines are blocked. There is also disruption on Stansted Express trains.
Replacement bus service running on Greater Anglia between Sudbury (Suffolk) and Marks Tey due to broken down train.
Greater Anglia has reported that more than 93% of its trains were on time last month.
Abellio, which runs Greater Anglia, said punctuality of its Metro & Southend trains was at 95%, West Anglia service punctuality was at 94.7%, Mainline at 92.5%, Stansted Express at 91.9% and Rural at 91.8%.
Ruud Haket, Managing Director Greater Anglia said: “Our relentless focus on delivering better train service punctuality is positively reflected in these latest performance statistics."
Normal service has resumed on Greater Anglia between Ipswich and Felixstowe, and between Ipswich and Lowestoft following earlier road vehicle hitting a bridge at Westerfield.
The Greater Anglia rail franchise covering most passenger train services in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex is to be extended by more than two years.
The deal with Dutch operator Abellio, which began in February last year, was due to expire next July, to be replaced by a long-term franchise running for around 15 years.
Replacement bus services between Walton-on-the-Naze and Thorpe-le-Soken due to signalling problems. Buses will start running from about 10.45am. It is not yet known when services will be back to normal.
One of the region's rail companies has been named train operator of the year just days after being ranked among the worst in a customer satisfaction survey.
Greater Anglia, who run services from London Liverpool Street to Norwich through Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambrideshire took the Train Operator of the Year award at the industry's Oscars on Wednesday night.
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Disruption on Greater Anglia between Clacton-on-Sea and Colchester due to signalling problems at Clacton-on-Sea. Delays of 30 minutes and cancellations can be expected.