Rolling road block and accident on M25 clockwise between J8 A217 (Reigate) and J9 A243 / A245 / B2430 (Leatherhead)
Highways England CCTV cameras show that the M25 is at a crawl. Interview with Mark Hallett of the traffic control centre at Godstone.
Two horses broke loose after a horsebox was involved in a crash on the M25 in Surrey, leading to tailbacks on a busy summer holiday weekend.
The collision between the horsebox and another vehicle, possibly a white HGV, happened between junctions 9 and 8 at around 9.40am.
Traffic officers at Surrey Police said there were no human injuries. One of the two horses suffered some injuries but was still able to walk.
A driver towing an empty horsebox helped secure the loose animals at the scene as Surrey Police appealed for witnesses to the accident to call them on 101.
There are long delays on the M3 and one lane is closed after a multi-vehicle crash.
The closure is between junction 3 at Bagshot and junction 2 M25. Two lanes remain open, but traffic is queuing. It is reported that seven vehicles were involved.
Traffic is queuing on the M25 after a collision involving three lorries.
Two lanes are closed on the Dartford Tunnel anticlockwise between junctions 1A and 31. As a result, there is congestion between junction 1A and junction 3.
M25 both ways blocked due to horse on road between J4 A21 / A224 (Orpington) and J5 M26 / A21.
It was billed as a radical scheme that would transform a frequently gridlocked section of the M25 in Kent and Surrey. But less than a year after its construction the so-called 'smart' motorway is cracking up. Motoring experts say parts of the motorway between junctions 5 and 7 are a hazard to car drivers and truckers. That's after £129m was spent on improvement works. Tom Savvides reports.
Two lanes of the M25 are closed after an involving a lorry, a car and a van.
The accident happened on the clockwise carriageway between J5 M26 / A21 and J6 A22 / B2235 at Godstone.
Drivers are being warned of eighteen months of disruption as road works get underway on the M25 and A13.
The junction connecting the two near Thurrock is being improved. The one hundred million pound scheme at junction 30 will see a forty mile per hour limit introduced on the A13.
One lane remains closed on the M25 clockwise in Kent, between junctions 5 and 6, as repairs continue on the central barrier after a crash yesterday morning.
There are long delays leading all the way back to the M26.
One lane is also closed anticlockwise to fix the barrier, although there are currently no delays.