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.
INFO: 09:10 Southampton Central to Victoria will no longer call at Portchester, Cosham, Emsworth and Southbourne due to a landslip
We're running a reduced service due to flooding between Reading & London. Please check if this affects your journey @ http://t.co/2SrIV7X34q
SERVICE UPDATE 0900 We're operating a good service on most lines, with a small amount of localised delay as well as the #Oxted landslip
There are minor delays on the @centralline between White City and Liverpool Street due to an earlier fire alert at Notting Hill Gate.
Notting Hill Gate - station has re-opened after a temporary closure due to fire alert.
There are delays of up to 45 minutes on First Great Western services between Newbury and London Paddington due to broken down train between Theale and Reading.
Londoners will have to contend with disruption at Embankment Tube station for most of the year.
Starting on Wednesday, Bakerloo and Northern line trains will not stop at the station for around 10 months.
It is while work is being done on the escalators at the station.
The District and Circle services will not be affected.