Technology used to make trains run on time in Japan is being introduced for the first time in the UK to improve punctuality on the Greater Anglia network.
Toshiba Digital and Consulting Corporation (TDX), which has been involved in Japanese railway industries for 100 years, and Mitsui, which part more
Train operator, Greater Anglia, has introduced live occupancy information at some rail station car parks to help people with their journeys.
At 14 stations customers can now view current availability at the car park ahead of their visit, as well as expected occupancy for any given time or day of the more
Greater Anglia has been highlighted for improving punctuality and reliability in an official report published in September.
In its latest report on railway performance, the Office for Rail and Road (ORR) lists Greater Anglia as one of the top five train companies in the country for most improved more
Conductors on Greater Anglia trains are being issued with new ‘badge cams’ to deter anti-social behaviour and staff assaults.
Every conductor now has access to one of the hi-tech badges – which contain a small built-in video camera - to help them defuse difficult situations.
A conductor who came up with the idea of tweeting information to his passengers during their journey received an award at Greater Anglia’s Innovation Conference last week.
The annual event brings together rail staff and partner organisations to focus on innovative ways to improve services for more
An Essex organisation’s community ‘Bucket and Spade train’ which offers families and holiday makers in Essex a bargain day out at the seaside has been shortlisted for a national award.
For several years, the Essex and South Suffolk Community Rail Partnership, has put on a special more
Trains designed to blast leaves off the line are just one of a number of measures to keep passengers moving this autumn.
Leaves on the line pose problems for the railway as they stick to damp rails and passing trains compress them into a thin, slippery black layer on the rail which – much like more