The M20 in Kent has been closed for more than 24 hours after a lorry hit a bridge.
Highways England worked throughout the night to clear tons of debris from the carriageway. It's meant lengthy delays for thousands of motorists on one of the busiest weekends of the year. Charlotte Wilkins reports.
Hundreds of angry residents are expected to pack a public meeting tonight to challenge plans for a giant lorry park off the M20 in east Kent - a move designed to avoid the chaos of Operation Stack.
Two potential sites with parking for four thousand trucks are proposed between the villages of Stanford and Sellindge.
But villagers say public consultation on the issue has been 'a farce' - and they believe there are 'smarter solutions'.
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Operation Stack has been re-instated on the M20 in Kent following a new wave of disruption at the Port of Dover.
Junctions eight and nine coastbound are closed due to high levels of freight traffic and problems with the Channel Tunnel.
Despite the port is operating as normal, but drivers should expect delays.
Drivers have taken to Twitter to express their frustration, with Operation Stack in place on the M20 again.
Operation stack can't be on again?! I don't have time to sit in traffic jams all the time!!
It was implemented this morning due to traffic building up towards the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel.
The motorway is closed coastbound between junctions 8 and 9 to non freight traffic, with congestion building up to junction 7.
A petition to stop Operation Stack has received more than 15,000 signatures since it was launched two weeks ago.
Traffic congestion due to Operation Stack is building up as far back as junction 7 coastbound on the M20.
The motorway is closed to non freight traffic between junctions 8 and 9 coastbound.