A 100-mile stretch between London and Peterborough will be the first to be upgraded to so-called 'digital railway'.Read the full story ›
Rail services on the East Coast Main Line are to be nationalised, but this is not the first time the East Coast franchise has had issues.Read the full story ›
Services will be run by the Department for Transport after the Government chose not to award a new deal to Virgin Trains East Coast.Read the full story ›
Rail services on the East Coast line through Peterborough and Stevenage are being brought under public control for the second time.Read the full story ›
Normal service has resumed on the regions rail network following storm damage early on Thursday 18.
Trees fell on tracks and overhead lines during the strong winds. More damaged trees fell on overhead lines on Friday 19 adding to the disruption.
They were removed in the morning and normal service had resumed by 4pm.
UK Power Networks say the vast majority of homes and businesses have had their power restored and hope to have the last few completed today.
Fast trains will not stop at Bedford or Luton stations for two years from May 2018.Read the full story ›
British Transport Police want to speak to this man after two families were racially abused on a train in Hertfordshire.
A passenger got on at Stevenage and sat next to the groups.
One young girl was reduced to tears as he racially abused them.
The man got off the King's Cross to Leeds service at Grantham.
Police believe this man may be able to help their investigation.
Trains between Cambridge and Ipswich have been suspended due to a signalling problem at Newmarket.
Great Anglia has warned services could be delayed or cancelled until at least 6pm today (Thursday).
Greater Anglia is hiring additional trains for Essex commuter services.
It's to improve service reliability while others are being refurbished.
£8m is being invested to provide WiFi, more comfortable seating and install new heating systems.
An Essex MP has written to the Transport secretary saying he is 'fed up to the back teeth' with disruption on the mainline to London.
Sir Simon Burns - the MP for Chelmsford - said the delays on the Chelmsford to Liverpool street services due to overrunning engineering work is totally unacceptable.
"I accept it is important that badly needed engineering work is carried out to improve and enhance the railway infrastructure on the London Liverpool Street - Chelmsford - Ipswich line, but the price we have to pay for this welcome investment and the improvements it will bring, should not be at the expense of overrunning engineering works and a total disruption to the service."