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The M1 near Milton Keynes has 11 miles of queuing traffic and delays of up to an hour after a multiple vehicle crash.
There is congestion between junctions 12 and 14 northbound which the Highways Agency expects to continue until lunchtime.
One lane is closed while accident investigation work continues.
There's rail disruption on Abellio Greater Anglia trains between London Liverpool Street and Bishop's Stortford and between Liverpool Street and Cambridge due to overhead line problems at Broxbourne.
The issue is also affecting the Stansted Express serving the airport.
Services may be cancelled or delayed by 60 minutes. Disruption is expected until midday.
#Broxbourne - We have ordered replacement buses to run and expect them to be at Bishops Stortford within the hour. RH
There were rush-hour delays on commuter trains through Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire after a person was hit by a train at Leighton Buzzard.
There were delays and cancellations between Milton Keynes and London Euston after the person was hit by the train on the West Coast mainline at 6.40am.
“The incident resulted in the temporary suspension of all passenger services, with knock-on delays felt further north in Birmingham, Stafford, Crewe, Manchester and Liverpool.
"Trains began moving slowly past the scene of the incident shortly before 8am."
There are traffic delays on the M1 near Milton Keynes.
The southbound carriageway is blocked with queueing traffic because of an accident on the opposite carriageway at Junction 14 for the A509 Milton Keynes.
All traffic has been held whilst the air ambulance attends an accident on the northbound carriageway.
Bletchley Park's role in the Second World War may be well documented - but today the first major exhibition exploring codebreaking in the First World War officially opens. The Duke of Kent will be there to do the honours.
Experts say the efforts of those in 1914 to 1918 allowed the Codebreakers to hit the ground running at the outbreak of the next war.
"We hope this exhibition, which runs until 2019, will help to shed light on a hitherto less well known story of WW1. As the title of the exhibition alludes to, the work of Room 40 and MI1(b) in WW1 laid the foundations of the success of Bletchley Park in WW2. Visitors will learn how these pioneers operated, and how their work led to the formation of the Government Code and Cypher School, the organisation that eventually set up Bletchley Park."
Drivers are being asked to avoid the A14 in Cambridgeshire after a crash between two lorries near Bar Hill blocked the road.
Th Police say no-one's been seriously injured but there are likely to be delays all morning while they clear the scene.
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