From car free streets and socially distanced shops, to e-scooters and cycleways, Jessica Frank-Keyes finds out whether the coronavirus lockdown is the start of a revolution of travel and transport systems in Norfolk...
Construction work on a new multi-million scheme to build two new roundabouts at an accident blackspot on the A140 in north Suffolk are continuing - with council bosses hoping to open them by the end of the year.
The coronavirus lockdown is set to have a major impact on rail travel – but Greater Anglia managing director Jamie Burles warned it could be months before the new way of working becomes clear for passengers and staff.
Funding for Norwich’s transport system has been blasted as “loose change” as it was revealed the city would receive just £32m of £1.2bn in government cash, rather than the millions more it had hoped for.
Network Rail has appealed to recently-retired signal staff across the region to consider coming back to work to support the industry in case there are staffing problems because of the coronavirus crisis.
Two Norfolk families have hailed the extensive efforts of a travel agent and Foreign Office staff in helping bring their loved ones home from a Pacific island as a backpacking adventure was cut short by coronavirus travel bans.
The lack of flights from Australia has left a Norwich couple feeling abandoned and unsure of when they will be able to return home, as the coronavirus pandemic has seen the travel industry grind to a halt.
Public consultation over the controversial Norwich Western Link road has been postponed because of coronavirus - amid uncertainty over what the spending on the national effort to combat the virus will have on major projects.