TRAIN operators are increasing the number of services they run again from 6 July to accompany the latest easing of lockdown in England this weekend, and some are returning to a near-normal timetable. On Greater Anglia only Stansted Express and the London to Norwich main line service will still be reduced. However, GA said 18 trains a day would be added to and from Norwich, and the last of its ticket offices to have been closed during the pandemic will also reopen from Sunday 5 July. Govia Thameslink Railway will be providing more peak hour services, and said that trains will be longer again. East Midlands Railway will also be running more trains, but warned that passengers must still wear face coverings to comply with the law.