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.
Route 434 is curtailed at Whyteleafe Station due to flooding.
Route 407 is subject to diversion and delays in both directions on Godstone Road, Whyteleafe Road due to flooding.
We have created a Travel Advice page here http://t.co/BFQdROEfOT to help you plan your journey through the flooding disruption.
Network Rail has confirmed that floodwater is likely to continue to affect trackside signalling and safety equipment for some time.
In a statement, they said: "While they work to fix the problem we will only be able to run five trains an hour between Paddington and Reading in each direction. This is around a fifth of the services that would normally be scheduled.
"This will continue until Network Rail lets us know it is safe to run a full service again. We strongly advise customers not to travel unless it is absolutely necessary, and to consider alternative routes."
INFO: 14:51 London Victoria to Brighton has been cancelled due to flooding
INFO: 15:51 London Victoria to Brighton has been cancelled due to flooding, the 15:36 & 16:36 will run
INFO: Owing to flooding, the 18:02 London Victoria to Brighton has been cancelled
Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson has thanked passengers and apologised for ongoing disrupted services on rail networks, as flooding continues to hamper transport.
Sir Richard said in a statement on their website: "I want to thank all of our passengers in the UK for their kindness and patience during some understandably disrupted services. I’m very sorry for the delays and hope everyone is coping as well as can be expected.
"It must be extremely difficult for everyone being affected by the dreadful weather and horrendous flooding.
"In particular, having your home flooded is a traumatic experience, and I’d point everyone to the Somerset Community Fund, which is collecting money for some of those worst affected."
Bus route 148 will become the fifth in London to be served by the new routemaster, according to Transport for London. More than 600 New Routemasters is expected to enter passenger service by 2016.
From tomorrow, bus route 148 will become the fifth in the capital to be served entirely by New Routemasters
**a blanket speed restriction of 50 MPH has been placed for ALL trains on the South Coast from mid day until further notice**
@jp_clarke_1988 Yes its on our page, theres an embankment slip causing a whole line to be closed
There is currently no service due to high winds.
INFO: 09:56 Bognor Regis to London Victoria is being dleayed at Barnham due to an obstruction on the line