Wednesday's travel news in the Meridian region

The travel news in the Meridian region.

TRAVEL - TRAINS: SOUTHERN Disruption between East Croydon and East Grinstead

Disruption on Southern between East Croydon and East Grinstead, and between East Croydon and Uckfield due to landslide between Woldingham and Oxted. Tickets being accepted on local buses, First Capital Connect and Southeastern services.

Trains can't run Woldingham-Oxted. Buses run East Grinstead -Three Bridges and Uckfield -Haywards Heath to connect with London trains. Trains run Oxted-East Grinstead half-hourly and Oxted-Uckfield hourly. Ongoing until at least Saturday 15th February.

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TRAVEL - TRAINS: SURREY/ BERKSHIRE South West Trains - service suspended between Staines and Windsor and Eton Riverside

Service is suspended on South West Trains between Staines and Windsor and Eton Riverside due to flooding. Tickets are being accepted on First Great Western and London Underground services.

Direct buses are running between Staines and Windsor and Eton Riverside. Buses are unable to call at Wraysbury, Sunnymeads or Datchet because of roads being flooded. Problems expected to be ongoing until at least Thursday.

TRAVEL - ROADS: KENT - J5-J6/M2 closed due to large sinkhole

The M2 is closed in both directions due to emergency repairs between J5 A249 (Stockbury Roundabout, Sittingbourne) and J6 A251 ( Faversham ).

The road has been closed since around 13:00 on Tuesday afternoon after a very large sinkhole, 16 feet wide and 15 feet deep, appeared in the central reservation.

Diversion - follow the solid black circle eastbound - A249, M20, A20, A252 and A251 - and, follow the solid black square westbound - the reverse.

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