Research by the AA has found London is good at repairing potholes but not at levelling footpaths.
One of the main Tube lines serving the Olympic Park was suspended as hundreds of thousands of people made their way to Olympic events
Tube trains to the Olympic Park suspended because of fire alert
There is currently no service on South West Trains between Ascot and Ash Vale, between Salisbury and Bristol Temple Meads and between Virginia Water and Weybridge due to adverse weather conditions.
There will be no service on some routes all day today due to the forecast adverse weather. A revised service will run on the rest of the South West Trains network. Please check with the operator for the latest information.
Newcastle Airport says it will handle 80,000 passengers over the Christmas period and they will travel on more than 800 flights across 10 days.
And today passengers at the airport said they were running smoothly.
Graeme Mason, airport director, said the flight traffic was as much people arriving home and there is a "real community feel" at the airport with people holding "welcome home" signs at arrival gates,
The AA's President Edmund King has warned that more money should be spent on repairing uneven pavements because they can cause injuries for pedestrians. A survey by the organisation found that London has the most uneven pavements in the UK.
Pedestrians in London are being put at risk by damaged pavements, according to the AA. They say the capital has the most uneven footpaths in the country.
Woolwich ferry workers have secured an Olympic award of at least £400.
Staff on the free boat service across the River Thames will also receive enhanced overtime payments.
– Unite regional secretary, Peter Kavanagh
The Woolwich ferry provides a really important service and its going to be extremely busy over the Olympic period. There are going to be days where the workforce are going to be stretched to the limit.
Once again, workers had to fight hard to get their contribution and work recognised. We are pleased that workers have secured a fair award for their extra work over the Olympics.