Politicians and business leaders are calling for better train services in the ITV Anglia region
The mid-winter will be bleaker for millions of rail travellers today as rail fares rise by an average of 4.2%.
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Rail fares across the region rise by an average 4.2 per cent from today and some rises will be even higher. The Green Party say its the tenth year in a row fares have gone up by more than inflation. They're protesting today at Norwich station calling for a better public transport system.
Services to King's Cross station are now running a day and a half after problems with power lines in Hertfordshire brought cancellations and chaos to passengers across East Anglia.
No trains were running through Peterborough and Hitchin and some passengers were even forced to get out and walk back to stations along the track.
There are still some delays but the rail operator Network Rail says a normal service should be running by this evening.
Travellers travelling to and from London on the East Coast Main Line are experiencing delays and disruption to services following problems with overhead power lines.
Services between King's Cross and Peterborough have begun again after thousands of commuters suffered delays caused by overhead power line problems.
Rail services on the East Coast Main Line are expected to resume again after faults with overhead power lines caused major disruption.
There's not such good news for people wanting to travel between Welwyn Garden City and Letchworth as trains there are due to be disrupted for the rest of the day.
Services between Cambridge and King's Cross are also expected to be disrupted for the rest of the day.
It's not yet known what caused a series of problems with overhead power lines.