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Rail workers from this region will go on strike today for the third time this week.
Greater Anglia says its services will not be affected, as members of the RMT union stage a 24 hour walkout over the role of guards.
Workers from three other rail companies, Merseyrail, Northern and South Western Railway, will also go on strike.
Picket lines will again be mounted outside railway stations in the East, as workers continue to make their stand over fears of safety.
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Cottingham Road in Corby, Northamptonshire will be closed for seven months from January 19.
A bridge on the road, which runs over the railway lines, needs to be shut as part of the upgrade of the line between Kettering and Corby.
Network Rail say the bridge will be raised to allow electric lines to run underneath and is due to reopen on August 14.
There's been another day of strike action for rail operator Greater Anglia to contend with as RMT Union members walk out over the role of guards on the network.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Tanya Mercer
Mick Cash is the General Secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers.
Watch an interview with ITV News Anglia's Jonathan Wills
Commuters in our region face a second day of disruption today as walkouts by train workers over rail safety continue.
Greater Anglia is among five companies affected.
The first strike was held Monday, another is due to take place on Friday.
"No one should be in any doubt, these disputes are about putting the safety of the travelling public before the profits of the private train companies."
Greater Anglia is running a full service, staffed partly by managers acting as guards.
A long-awaited report into the future of one of the region's most congested roads will be released later today.
Cambridgeshire County Council will look at a number of options for the A10 which runs all the way from King's Lynn into London.
It's notoriously busy around the stretch from Ely to Cambridge.
The A10 north is a key transport route for economic growth in the region, linking Ely, and other towns and villages to the north, with the city and wider transport network.
Rapid growth has put pressure on the road with peak-time congestion.
Thousands of new jobs and homes are planned along the route over the next decade or so, including 10,000 new homes at Waterbeach alone.
A study was commissioned by the Greater Cambridge Partnership to look out how to address the current challenges. It will be published today (Monday 8th January).
Any proposals will then be considered by all the councils affected.
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Victoria Lampard
Today marked the biggest increase in rail fares for half a decade- a rise of 3.4%.
Passengers on services in the Anglia region will find they're spending even more for their daily commute.
People have been protesting at stations across the region, while the TUC say their figures suggest commuters in the UK are paying up to five times as much as elsewhere in Europe.