Rail passengers on the Wherry lines are facing nine days of disruption as some services are suspended as part of the next phase of works to upgrade the signalling systems and track.
Passengers travelling between Norwich and Cambridge suffered the worst punctuality in the region in February as one in five trains arrived late.
A weather warning remains in place because of Storm Gareth, with the potential for gusts of up to 60mph in Norfolk today (Wednesday).
Rail passengers will face nine consecutive days of disruption with the suspension of trains from Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.
Greater Anglia passengers have become significantly less satisfied with their journeys over the last 12 months according to new figures from the rail watchdog Transport Focus.
A new plan to help rail services in Norfolk and Suffolk cope with extreme weather and avoid the scale of during last year's Beast from the East disruption has been drawn up.
Sky-high fares, an unreliable service, and cheaper alternative transport options are all being blamed for a significant drop in rail passengers in Great Yarmouth over the last five years.
More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia's rail network as repeated pledges to improve services fall flat.
Catching the train should be a stress free way of travelling across the county but for thousands of commuters in Norfolk this just simply is not the case.
It's been a torrid year for rail passengers, hit by strikes, timetable changes and now fare increases.
Planned engineering work is continuing as part of a major signalling upgrade on the Wherry Lines from Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.
Rail users will be faced with nine days of disruption from this weekend as signalling system upgrades are carried out.
The "almost daily" cancellation of early morning train services between Norwich and Great Yarmouth is damaging the seaside town, councillors have claimed.
A busy Norfolk road will be shut through rush hour after a car crashed into a railway bridge.
Network Rail will train its sights this autumn on combatting leaves which fall on the line and cause delays.
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