Between 2019 and 2024 we’re carrying out a huge programme to increase the number of trains on time, reduce delays and improve connections into our cities and towns.
We are working hard to put passengers first and are determined to improve the reliability and punctuality of your journey.
We're investing £2.2bn in running, renewing and maintaining the railway infrastructure in Anglia – a 21% increase on the previous five-year period. With more people using the railway and more trains running, it’s even more important we have the infrastructure to enable these journeys.
We are replacing and repairing our tracks, overhead line and signalling systems; restoring structures and embankments, upgrading level crossings, building new stations, and supporting the introduction of new fleets of passenger trains.
While there will be some disruption, we will inform passengers in advance about changes to their journeys, and our closest neighbours about how they might be affected.
Explore our programme of works
This interactive map below illustrates a snapshot of this work, highlighting when and where it will take place, and the benefits for passengers or freight users.
It’s important to note that some of the works are still being finalised so may change; we’ll update the map regularly to reflect this.
The map isn’t an exhaustive list of our works – for example, it doesn’t include our daily maintenance programmes – but we plan to update it with new details of works as our programmes develop.
Following the COVID-19 outbreak, works programmes may be revised. The map will be updated once revised programmes have been confirmed.
Keeping you on the move
Check before you travel at National Rail Enquiries or with your train operator.
Please visit our contact us page or call our national helpline on 03457 11 41 41.