Rail services are slowing getting back to normal from the South Coast to the the north after rail services were suspended due to flooding today. Cross Country & First Great Western were both hit as services were suspended through Oxford. They have now been resumed - with one train per hour.
There are buses between Oxford and Didcot but there is traffic meaning it is taking around 90 minutes #Radley
Abingdon Road in Oxford currently closed to traffic. Here is why. Please do not ignore road closure signs http://t.co/BlQAbBlvhf
Another picture of the flooding at Oxford and the reason why there is currently disruption to our service. http://t.co/oNKtyeUcdB
All services between Oxford and Paddington have been cancelled today. Passengers will need to change at Didcot for onward travel #Radley
There are reports of slow traffic and one lane blocked due to an accident involving a lorry and a car, on the M25 clockwise around Clacket Lane Service. It's thought to have happened in the road works area.
Traffic is queueing on the A22 northbound in Hailsham in East Sussex. It's partially blocked just before the A295 South Road, with congestion on the A2270 Polegate By-pass to the A27 Lewes Road due to an accident.
The A352 Charminster Road is closed due to flooding between the A37 and Mill Lane. The road is shut to small vehicles but accessable for larger vehicles.
Traffic is slow moving on the M2 London bound between junction 5 for the A249 (Sittingbourne/Stockbury) and junction 3 for the A229 (Chatham/Rochester). It's very slow in patches, most likely not helped by the lane closure on Detling Hill towards Maidstone.
The A4094 Ferry Lane is closed due to flooding on the B4447 High Street (Cookham Bridge) in Berkshire. There are also reports several roads around Cookham are impassable because of high water levels.