An air accident investigation has started after two Ryanair planes collided on the ground at Stansted Airport in Essex. No one was hurt.
After years as a notorious bottleneck on the main road into and out of Norfolk, the village of Elveden will soon be bypassed.
There's been a slight fall in the proportion of trains running on time across the UK although the best in the country is in Essex.
The father of a teenager who was killed at a level crossing in Essex has accused Network Rail of a cover-up - as he prepares to speak at a parliamentary inquiry later today.
Chris Bazlinton's daughter Olivia died with her friend Charlotte Thompson in Elsenham eight years ago.
Today he will join the grandfather of a boy who was badly injured at a crossing in Beccles, Suffolk, in front of the Transport Select Committee this afternoon. The inquiry will look at safety at level crossings.
Today Mr Bazlinton said he wanted to know why key documents linked to the investigation into his daughter's death were not made public sooner.
Network Rail says it has promised the families it is committed to making the railways as safe as possible.
Luton Airport has been ordered to pay almost £300,000 in fines and costs after a pensioner died on a crossing outside the terminal.
Mary Whiting from Norfolk had just returned from holiday, when she was hit by a lorry in 2009.
In June a jury decided that the airport had breached health and safety laws. The lorry driver was previously cleared of causing death by dangerous driving.
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Luton Airport has been ordered to pay £273,000 in fines and costs after a 78-year-old woman died on a crossing outside the terminal in 2009.
C T Aviations Solutions, the civil engineering company which designed the crossing, was fined £70,000 plus costs of £30,000.
Both were found guilty of breaching health and safety laws at a 6-week jury trial earlier this year.
Calls are being made for East Coast Main Line trains to remain in public ownership.
The service, which runs through Stevenage and Peterborough, has reported a return of more than £200 million since it was re-nationalised when the previous private operator handed back the franchise.
Green Party politicians are planning to hand in a petition containing 23,000 signatures calling for the service not to be franchised back to the private sector
Bus services will begin operating on the Luton Dunstable busway on Wednesday 25 September.
The project has cost £91 million pounds and will link the two town centres in just 15 minutes.
The core busway route has 6 miles of segregated bus-only road between Blackburn Road in Houghton Regis, through Dunstable and into Luton town centre.
Within this, there is a 4.8-mile section of concrete guideway has been built along the disused Luton-Dunstable railway corridor so that standard buses fitted with two small guide wheels can join and leave the track, and travel on it in both directions smoothly and safely at speeds of up to 50mph.
Luton Borough councillor Dave Taylor said: "After 20 years in the planning and three years in construction, it’s incredibly exciting to be announcing the opening date of the Luton Dunstable Busway."
it's been a landmark day for the Port of Felixstowe, the UK's busiest container port. Responsible for nearly half of all the goods that come into this country, today it handled its 70 millionth container.
There are concerns that Felixstowe is being held back by traffic problems on the A14, the major road, crossing our region, linking the docks with the motorway network. And there's a warning that introducing a toll section could drive business away.
Today the Transport Minister, Patrick McLoughlin, did his best to dispel those concerns.
The Transport Secretary, Patrick McLoughlin, spent a second day in the region today to visit the Port of Felixstowe. He saw the 70 millionth container arrive at the Suffolk port.
ITV News Anglia took the opportunity to put your questions to the minister. Here are his answers...
The Transport Secretary, Patrick McLoughlin, is back in the region today to visit the Port of Felixstowe. He'll see the 70 millionth container arrive at the Suffolk port. He's there to recognise the importance of the shipping sector to the British economy.
The milestone follows the opening in June of the port's third rail terminal, the new North Rail Terminal, which will double rail capacity at the port. Felixstowe is the UK's main port for exports to the growing markets of South East Asia.