More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia's rail network as repeated pledges to improve services fall flat.
Concerns that progress to improve the A47 is in danger of falling behind prompted a Conservative councillor to launch a blistering attack on Highways England.
A broken down train has prevented the minister responsible for the country's transport system from visiting the Great Yarmouth area today.
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The decision to grant plans for Great Yarmouth's third river crossing national status to help the planning process has been welcomed by a senior councillor and MP for the town.
The £120m project to build a third river crossing in Great Yarmouth has taken another leap forward.
Residents of Great Yarmouth will be able to find out more about the plan to build the £120m third river crossing for the town by attending drop-in information sessions next month.
Rail conductor/guards employed by Greater Anglia are to walk out on strike again for three days - but the company insists passengers in Norfolk should not face any disruption.
Plans described as "difficult and "unambitious" could reverse swathing cuts to the rural rail network by restoring services which were scrapped in the 1960s.
Great Yarmouth will this week find out whether its long-awaited third river crossing has been deemed worthy of Westminster backing in the Autumn Budget.
As he toured the region, the transport secretary said the government were taking the scheme very seriously.
Improvements to the A47 and the railways were at the centre of the launch of the Conservative Party's manifesto for May's county council elections.