With temperatures set to dip below zero, county council's fleet is on standby
A public consultation on the scheme is due to end this weekend.
A letter to ministers says the work is needed to 'level up' the region's economy.
A West Norfolk MP says regular talks will now take place following 'no holds barred' discussions with a government minister.
A bus operator claimed they were unable to serve students on a road because of the disruption.
National hero Captain Sir Tom Moore was the first recipient of the new railcard.
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Three Lynx services which use double deckers affected
Judges visited every station entered, rating them on how well they are run, including safety, facilities and customer-friendliness.
Students had been forced to travel to and from school via a connecting bus, which frustrated many parents.
Buses are replacing trains, but passengers are being advised to delay their journeys if they can.