National Express East Anglia (NXEA) has invested £45,000 in installing additional ticket machines at Norwich station.

Customers can use the machines to collect pre-paid and Advance booked tickets, and the project seeks to improve customer service and speed up collection times for passengers using the station.

Following a successful six-month trial of the first machine, three more have been added to Norwich station.

The cost of the lowest price one-way Advance ticket from Norwich to London has recently been frozen at £8.

Anita Stuart, National Express East Anglia’s Norwich station manager, said: “We’re pleased to continue to invest in customer facilities at Norwich one of the key regional stations on our network. These new and additional machines will make collecting pre-paid, pre-booked tickets easier for customers.”

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