Operation stack is being put in place on the M20 yet again due to traffic heading to the Port of Dover, according to police.
The emergency traffic measure, which sees lorries queuing on the motorway while non freight traffic is diverted, has been used several times in the last month.
Kent Police say the decision to implement it was made due to traffic building up towards the port and Eurotunnel. Coastbound traffic will be diverted at junction 8 and rejoin the M20 at junction 9.
[Dover] #OpStack on M20 J8-9 to be in place later this morning. We advise all non-freight traffic to use M2/A2 where possible to avoid delay
Kent Police is reminding lorry drivers that those at the front of the queue will get a ticket to continue their journey to the continent. Those who use the diversions for non-freight traffic in an attempt to get closer to the front, and who do not have a ticket, will be sent to the back of the Op Stack queue.
One lane is closed due to broken down vehicle on M20 coastbound between J8 A20 (Leeds Castle / Maidstone Services) and J9 A20 (Ashford / Faversham).
A woman has been rescued by fire crews using hydraulic cutting equipment following a crash on the London-bound carriageway of the M20, between junctions 5 and 4.
Crews stabilised the vehicle before removing the roof to make space for paramedics to treat the casualty. The woman was then taken to a London hospital via air ambulance.
M20 Kent - M20 closed and slow traffic coastbound between J9, A20 (Ashford) and J10, A20 (Ashford South), because of an accident involving a motorbike.
Traffic is slow moving on the M20 London bound in Kent between junction 2 A20/A227 (Wrotham Brands Hatch Circuit) and M25 (Swanley Interchange) due to an earlier accident. All lanes are now open.
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Police investigating incidents of airgun pellets being fired at motorway drivers have charged two teenagers and a twenty year old with conspiracy to cause criminal damage.
It follows three reports of incidents on the M20 last October. Police believe airgun pellets had been fired at moving vehicles, injuring at least one motorist.
The M20 London bound has now re-opened after a lorry jack-knifed and fell into an embankment shortly after 05:00 this morning.
Police closed the motorway between J3 and J1 while the lorry was recovered and the barrier repaired, leaving drivers facing long delays.
Traffic has now returned to normal.
The Environment Agency has been attending the M20 lorry crash and took this picture at the scene.