Tens of thousands of commuters were left stranded tonight after lightning caused chaos at two of London’s busiest stations.
The driver was caught on the M25 near Swanley in Kent, but speeding drivers aren't just limited to motorways.
The latest travel news for the bank holiday weekend.
One of Britain's most famous, and earliest, flyovers - in west London - is to close for six weeks for essential repair work.
The Hogarth Flyover, which takes traffic eastbound over the Hogarth Roundabout at Chiswick, will be shut from Saturday July 19 to Sunday August 31.
With nearby Putney Bridge being closed for refurbishment from Monday, traffic is expected to be heavy in the area.
Transport for London said: "Drivers are advised to allow extra time for their journeys as these works will have an impact on a wider area than the immediate vicinity of the works.
"Where possible, drivers are advised to change their routes and plan ahead to avoid the disruption, particularly during the morning and evening peak during weekdays and if travelling at the weekend."
NEW: Due to a person hit by a train at #Godalming, lines are now blocked. Trains are subject to delays/alterations/cancellations.
If you're about to join the Wednesday evening rush hour, you might want to check this first. A live map shows trains travelling around London's rail network in real time. Find out if you're likely to get home on time here.
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.