Three cars have been involved in a collision on the A354 Portland Road in Weymouth. The road is partially blocked and it's causing delays to motorists heading to the Paralympic sailing events.
Two lanes and an exit slip road are closed on the M25 clockwise at junction 1A for Swanscombe (A282) due to a vehicle fire. Although the fire is now out the vehicle needs to be recovered.
Southeastern is reporting disruption on its London bound service between Maidstone West and St Pancras International and also between Strood and Paddock Wood due to a broken down train at Snodland. London bound lines are currently blocked and trains are unable to run through.
Some rail services from London to the Thames Valley will be disrupted between 2pm and 6pm today because of the heat.Trains near Paddington will travel at just twenty miles an hour said Network Rail.The company insist delays will be minor but some evening rush hour trains could face delays.
Network Rail say some parts of the network will have speed restrictions today because of the hot weather but services will not be disrupted.It is possible services on some lines will be restricted to 80 miles an hour but the high speed javelin service in Kent is not expected to be hit.
First Great Western is also unaffected. The south Essex service is the worst affected area. The rest of the Meridian network has a maximum speed of around 90 miles an hour but most trains travel slower
Gatwick airport has reopened its main runway after fog and maintenance works caused 1,500 passengers to be diverted to other airports. A spokesman said the main runway reopened at 5.25am and no major delays are expected today although there could be minor disruption to some flights.
A total of 24 flights were unable to land at Gatwick. Engineers were carrying out planned maintenance work to the main runway overnight, leaving just the second landing strip open. The fog meant flights had to be diverted to Stansted, Luton, Bristol and Heathrow from around 12.10am onwards.
Around 1,500 airline passengers faced disruption overnight after they were diverted away from Gatwick Airport due to fog and maintenance work. A total of 24 flights were forced to touch down at other UK airports due to the combination of poor visibility and runway repairs, a Gatwick spokesman said.
Engineers were carrying out planned maintenance work to the airport's main runway overnight, leaving just the second landing strip open. But the fog meant short and medium-haul flights had to be diverted to Stansted, Luton, Bristol and Heathrow from around 12.10am onwards.