More delays on the roads and rail services are expected as the south east is set to be hit by another Atlantic storm this weekend.
Flooding across the south of the country is causing major disruption to rail services into and out of London.
On the day that annual season tickets rise by 3.1 per cent, we compare the price of a yearly ticket bought in January 2013 to today.
From today motorists on a section of the M25 in Hertfordshire will be able to use the hard shoulder at all times. But the so-called "smart motorway" scheme between junctions 23 and 25 has been criticised by some road safety campaigners. The plan is set eventually to be extended to other motorways.
London City Airport is reporting delays and cancellations of both in and outbound flights.
Due to low visibility this AM flights to/from LCY are experiencing disruptions. Passengers should call their airlines http://t.co/nyCF2X05a6
INFO: Owing to flooding, the 19:12 Southampton Central to London Victoria service will now start at Barnham, leaving 20:15
London Victoria is total chaos. Floods and land slips in the South mean all trains out of Victoria pretty much cancelled.
High winds predicted across the UK tomorrow. There may be a chance of some cancelled flights so check with your airline before travelling.
The stormy weather has caused a landslide on the busy commuter line through Surrey, affecting thousands of passengers.
The railway on the Redhill Line out of London, near Merstham Tunnel, is blocked after the incident at around 5.20pm today - leaving thousands of passengers facing severe delays this evening.
A spokeswoman for Southern Rail said: "It affects the line between Purley in south London and Redhill, on the way out of London.
"That is our main line coming out of London so there have been knock-on delays as a result. It is going to affect a lot of people, certainly thousands.
"The cause is weather related."
Passengers travelling along the route are being advised to either get a bus from Purley or travel down to Gatwick where they can catch an alternative train to Redhill.
To make things a little easier for our customers during the flooding disruption, we have lifted ticket restrictions today
1/2 Please be advised that we are expecting a closure of the Thames Barrier tonight, between 2215 until 0315.
2/2 Last Thames Clippers RB1 Eastbound service to Woolwich departs at 21:58 from NGP (this is the 21:13 Eastbound departure from L Eye)
1/3 The RB5 Woolwich to North Greenwich shuttle has been cancelled this weekend due to planned Thames Barrier closures
Trains between East Croydon and Gatwick Airport may be delayed by up to 30 minutes because of a landslip near Merstham. #UKStorm