The attacks have not resulted in any injuries - so far, but are being taken very seriously. Bluestar and First buses have reported trouble, with Bluestar forced to temporarily suspend services in the area due to the attacks, which have been carried out over the last three weeks.
Hampshire Police say they are taking the attacks very seriously and that they have made one arrest and expect to make further arrests shortly. A spokesperson said they urge anyone who has witnessed any crimes to contact them immediately.
A three million pound project to introduce hybrid buses to Kent is to be launched this lunchtime. Three million pounds has been spent on providing eleven of the vehicles for Maidstone. The hybrids have already been operating in other parts of the region including Reading.
One lane blocked due to accident, three vehicles involved on M2 coastbound before J7 A2 Canterbury Road / A299 Thanet Way / Brenley Lane / Homestall Lane (Brenley Corner).Lane one is closed.Traffic coping well on the sensors. There were reports the road was completely blocked
"We can confirm that there was a fire between the conductor rail and the shoe gear beneath the 05.55 train from Weymouth to London Waterloo earlier this morning.
"None of the 20 passengers or staff on board were injured in the incident and the train crew quickly extinguished the small fire.
"Emergency services were called as a precaution. The problem with the shoe gear was at the front of the train and as a precaution two passengers were moved to the rear coach of the train where the other customers were seated.
"A bus replacement service was put in place between between Dorchester South and Weymouth while the train was moved and normal services were running by just after 9am.
"We would like to apologise to our passengers for any inconvenience caused."