Anglia Level Crossing Proposals Phase 2

Closed 22 Oct 2016

Opened 7 Sep 2016


Over the past few years Network Rail has been working hard to better manage its level crossings and the risks they pose. We have developed proposals to manage the possible closure and changes to public rights of way at around 130 of its level crossings in Anglia.

Why your views matter

We recognise the importance of public rights of way and where possible we will maintain easy access to the countryside.  Changing the rights to cross the railway at a level crossing may mean that we need to divert you to where a nearby alternative crossing point exists or along a new public route to a nearby alternative crossing point.  We value your feedback on our preferred options for the level crossing proposals in your area and invite you to complete our questionnaire. 


  • Residents
  • Lineside Neighbours
  • Landowners
  • Local Businesses
  • Local Councillors
  • Planning Officers
  • Ward Councillors
  • Parish Councillors
  • Commuters
  • Rail Enthusiasts
  • Other Interested Parties


  • Road
  • Rail
  • Cycling
  • Walking / Rambling
  • Bridleways
  • Supporting growth
  • Environment
  • Flora & Fauna
  • Waterways
  • Visual Impacts