Like most rail companies across the ITV News Meridian region, Cross Country trains are also affected by the severe weather conditions.
Here are the details of some of the roadworks planned in the South for the coming week.
Plans have been announced to re-open a rail link passing through parts of the Thames Valley and Chiltern Hills.
The Bill that will allow HS2 to go ahead has just been published. It confirms the route will go near Wendover, Aylesbury and north of Bicester and Banbury. It gives exact details of the scheme and is 55,000 pages long.
MP's will now consider the detals of the £42 billion project and local peple will be able to raise objections.The Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin MP, said:
"This is a significant step forward in the Government’s strategy for a high speed rail network that will address the critical capacity constraints that we face and improve connectivity between our great cities."
The Bill includes the powers necessary to construct and operate Phase One of HS2 between London and the West Midlands. Alongside the Bill I will also be publishing several other related documents.
Today's HS2 Bill reveals full details of a massive new interchange that will benefit the Thames Valley. Built at Old Oak Common, on the Great Western line, it will connect the new HS2 scheme with Great Western services from towns like Newbury and Reading, Crossrail trains from Maidenhead.
The Heathrow Express and have a link to the Channel Tunnel. It will mean people going to Europe will be able to change trains at the new station or take a high speed service to Manchester, Liverpool or Leeds. It will be the biggest interchange in the country
Rail commuters are facing more reliable journeys thanks to a revolutionary new train which can replace worn-out tracks five times faster than before.
It's being used on the line between Salisbury and Basingstoke. Penny Silvester has the story.
From now until Christmas Eve, off-peak Southeastern tickets between London and Kent are available for purchase online with a 25% discount.
The discount applies to high speed services and is on top of our ‘GroupSave’, ‘Weekender’, ‘Kids for a Quid’ ticket offers.
Southeastern also said a special high speed service would operate on Boxing Day. The service will run half hourly between Ashford and St Pancras International (between 08:00 and 20:00). Free car parking is also available at Ashford and Ebbsfleet International stations on Boxing Day.
The offer is available for single and return off-peak Southeastern tickets purchased through the Southeastern website. It is not available on journeys wholly within the London Oystercard fare zones 1 - 6 or when purchasing a Travelcard.
There's disruption on First Great Western services between Oxford and Reading due to a signalling problem caused by a lineside fire.
Trains between Oxford and Reading cannot call at Didcot Parkway. Replacement buses will run from 15:45. Trains to and from Bristol and Swansea are unaffected
Video. There was some first class news for rail passengers today. First Great Western has had its franchise secured for two more years, until September 2015. Our Transport Correspondent, Mike Pearse, reports.
Rail passengers from across the south east will benefit from a multi-million pound trial of paperless ticketing.
Transport Minister Norman Baker has announced today that £2.85m will be used to deliver smart card technology.
Train operator c2c will upgrade ticketing systems at all of its stations outside London.
The pilot is the first major step for the Department for Transport's £45 million south east flexible ticketing scheme.
Transport Minister Norman Baker said:
"We want to build a stronger economy in a fairer society and this will not only help the tens of thousands of passengers who use these services every day but will also deliver benefits to our economy by getting commuters to their places of work quickly and on time."
First Great Western says disruption will continue until 7.30pm with a limited service between Newbury and Reading and buses replacing trains between Newbury and Bedwyn.
Delays of up to an hour and a half are expected.
Most long distance services will be diverted from Reading.
First Great Western have released a statement on their website following a death on the railway in Hungerford.
– First Great Western
A person has been hit by a train near Hungerford.
Because of this, there are delays of up to 90 minutes between Reading and Taunton. This will continue until further notice.
A limited train service will run between Reading and Newbury and replacement road transport has been ordered to run between Newbury and Pewsey."