Greater Anglia is one of nine rail operators from across the country that has had to apply to the government for an exemption from the Disability Discrimination Act because some carriages are not compliant with new rules.
Rural rail services in East Anglia have eased - but now Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey has asked for her cabinet colleague Transport Secretary Grant Shapps to intervene to try to improve things further.
Passengers on Greater Anglia's rural routes are continuing to face massive disruption because of signalling problems - with investigators looking hard at whether there are issues with the new train fleet coming into service.
Changes to the way train times are officially recorded that are due to come in next month should not affect rail company Greater Anglia because it already publishes details of every train stop on its website.
New housing developments across the north and east of Ipswich have provoked a flurry of concern about traffic on the roads into the town - but could they lead to more investment in the area's rail services?