Commuters from the South heading to Waterloo Station this morning should allow extra time for their travel as road closures around Westminster, to allow troops to prepare for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, are expected to cause delays across the city.
Driver should expect some delays on the A259 this morning. The Newhaven Swing Bridge is due to open at 08:15 on A259 at B2109, which may lead to delays.
Motorists planning a Jubilee weekend getaway later are being warned to leave plenty of time for their journey. Kent Police say the M20/A30 and the M2/A2 are hotspots for delays and congestion, as well as the Channel Tunnel and Dartford Crossing.
Hundreds of passengers heading home to Kent on Southeastern Trains from London this evening are facing delays of up to half an hour to their journeys.
It's after someone jumped in front of a train at Woolwich.
There are significant delays on multiple sections of the M25 due to the volume of traffic.
Queueing traffic on M25 clockwise at A282 (QE2 Bridge / Dartford river crossing).
Slow traffic on M25 anticlockwise at A282 (Dartford Crossing Toll Booths).
Delays on M25 clockwise between J4 A21 / A224 (Orpington) and J5 M26 / A21. Average speed 15 mph. Travel time is 15 minutes.
M3 northbound lane closed on exit slip road due to broken down vehicle at J11 A3090 / B3335 (Winchester South). Lane one of two is closed on the slip road, however traffic is coping well
Drivers using the A40 through Oxfordshire should note that eastbound is busy but moving between B4449 (Eynsham Roundabout) and A44 (Wolvercote Roundabout).
Reports of two lanes blocked and slow traffic due to accident, three vehicles involved on M4 Westbound between J11 A33 / B3270 (Reading) and J12 A4 (Theale). Reports of lane two and three blocked.
Service has been suspended on Southern Rail services between Caterham and Purley due to emergency engineering works at Kenley. Replacement buses are currently unavailable. There is no estimate for when normal service will resume.