As part of the ongoing preparation for the launch of Elizabeth line, vital improvements between Gidea Park and Forest Gate will take place over the Easter bank holidays.
Nearly 4.8km of new overhead wire has been installed at a key junction in Ilford, to reduce delays and improve reliability. New more
Greater Anglia is increasing awareness and understanding of autism among colleagues so that they better support people on the autistic spectrum – both customers and colleagues.
The rail operator has partnered with the Sycamore Trust to host “autism awareness hours” at different locations more
Greater Anglia can now unveil the “face” of the new trains which will be running around East Anglia from next year.
Stadler has sent over this photo, showing the shells of driver’s cabs, from the factory in Bussnang, Switzerland, where the new trains are being assembled.
The cab, more
TfL confirms that Elizabeth line pay as you go fares in central London will be the same as the equivalent Tube fare - saving money for millions of Londoners
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and TfL announced last month that Elizabeth line pay as you go fares within Zones 1-6 will be the same as the more
Staff at train operator Greater Anglia have formed a group to focus on gender equality issues, with over 100 colleagues joining up, as the train operator celebrates International Women’s Day.
Initially starting as just a group of friends from across various departments, the group was a way of more
More people than ever before are using electric car charging points at Greater Anglia stations.
Greater Anglia has two electric car charging points at Norwich, Broxbourne, Bishop’s Stortford, Harlow Town, Ipswich, Cheshunt, Wickford, South Woodham Ferrers, Waltham Cross, Hertford East, Ely, more
Passengers on Greater Anglia’s network are set to benefit from a better experience after the train operator appointed a new Community and Customer Engagement Manager.
Alan Neville, who is part of the organisation’s corporate affairs team, will manage all of Greater Anglia’s station more
Greater Anglia has appointed Rebecca Richardson as its first Schools Liaison and Accessibility Manager to focus on building links with communities in East Anglia to improve their travelling experience.
In her accessibility role, Rebecca will work with regional disability-related organisations and more