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One lane closed due to accident on M2 coastbound between J5 A249 (Sittingbourne/Stockbury Roundabout) and J6 A251 (Faversham). Matrix sign set to 50 mph. Lane two remains closed whilst the central reservation is inspected.
Delays of up to 40 minutes on Southern between Victoria and Three Bridges due to earlier broken down tram at Clapham Junction and safety checks being made at Wandsworth Common.
All Southern and Gatwick Express trains in/out of Victoria are disrupted until around 9pm. Tickets accepted on London Underground, Southeastern, South West Trains, First Capital Connect, London Midland and London Bus services.
M2 coastbound partially blocked due to accident between J5 A249 (Sittingbourne/Stockbury Roundabout) and J6 A251 (Faversham). Matrix sign set to 50 mph. Note change of details. The authorities earlier reported this had cleared in error.
Queueing traffic due to earlier accident, three vehicles involved on M27 Eastbound at J8 A3024 (Bursledon/Hamble). All lanes have been re-opened. All traffic was briefly stopped whilst the emergency services attended to an accident in lane three (of three).
Delays in the area not helped by a separate accident in the same location, on the hard shoulder.
Reduced service on Gatwick Express between Victoria and Gatwick Airport due to broken down train at Clapham Junction and safety checks being made at Wandsworth Common.
Gatwick Express are currently running a half-hourly service, departing Victoria at 15 and 45 minutes past the hour, and departing Gatwick Airport at 20 and 50 minutes past. Disruption is expected until around 7.30pm.
A30 Hartford Bridge Flats in both directions blocked due to accident, a single vehicle involved between A327 and A327 / Cricket Hill Lane. Near Blackbushe Airport.
Delays of up to 40 minutes on Gatwick Express between Victoria and Gatwick Airport due to broken down train at Clapham Junction and safety checks at Wandsworth Common.
There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume. Also affecting Southern.
The A20 London bound nearr Capel-le-Ferne remains closed. It may not reopen before 5pm or during the rush hour while emergency services clear spilt diesel from the road
A spokesperson for South West Trains says no damage was caused after a lorry hit a bridge between Brockenhurst and Lymington Pier earlier this afternoon. They say the 1527 service will run as normal.
A lorry has hit a bridge on South West Trains between Brockenhurst and Lymington Pier. Trains are currently unable to run. A bridge inspector is due to arrive on site to check if it is safe to run trains - services will be suspended until the bridge is declared safe.