Welcome to the Anglia route, part of Network Rail’s Eastern region
We manage the railway in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and parts of Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Greater London.
Here you can find out more about our commitment to Putting Passengers First and how we’re improving your journey with our Railway Upgrade Plan.
Find out more about Anglia
We are committed to putting passengers and our freight customers at the heart of everything we do. Our Railway Upgrade Plan is all about making improvements to their journeys. The Anglia route is part of Network Rail’s Eastern region. We…
We are determined to get back a focus on the basics – getting trains running on-time and restoring services quickly after disruption. Passengers can then depend on us to get them where they need to be. We are working hard…
Keeping our communities safe
Keeping people safe on and around the railway is at the heart of everything we do.
In the Anglia route, we run a range of initiatives to encourage people to behave safely around the railway.
We have 2,600 fantastic employees in Anglia.
Every day the railway gets thousands of people safely to their destinations because of signallers, operations managers, station staff, maintenance engineers, train planners, along with support teams from finance, human resources, customer teams and communications.
Our teams also support the development of projects to build a bigger and better railway including new stations, new railway lines or longer platforms to support an increase in the length or frequency of trains.
If you’d like to join us, visit our careers page.
Read our latest news
One of the country’s youngest station managers wants to inspire women to work in rail as she reflects on one year in the role
“I thoroughly enjoy working in rail, and I’m so proud of it too.” Emma helps thousands of passengers to get to where they need to be every single day. She joined the railway industry by…
Track works planned to reduce rail delays between London and Cambridge
Just over two miles of track will be replaced between Stansted and Broxbourne over two weekends along with 120 tonnes of ballast (the stones that keep the track in place) and 2,280 tonnes of sleepers…
Public consultation for Cambridge re-signalling propsoals opens today for six weeks
The signalling systems around Cambridge were installed in the 1980s and are reaching the end of their expected operational life. Network Rail is proposing to replace hundreds of signalling assets across an area of 125…