Some of the biggest engineering projects get underway on the region's railway over Christmas, as Southern Rail and airport staff strike.Read the full story ›
British Airways has announced it will run a full schedule on Christmas Day and Boxing Day despite its cabin crew's threatened industrial action.
In a statement on its website, the airline said it "remains fully committed to finding a solution to this issue", saying it had "spent the weekend reviewing our contingency plans".
Hundreds of thousands face a week of travel misery as rail, airport and postal strikes hit the south.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of thousands face a week of travel misery as rail, airport and postal strikes hit the southRead the full story ›
Network Rail have revealed that the railway line between Dover and Folkestone which was damaged when a sea wall collapsed, will not be fully repaired until the end of the year.
The line was breached near Dover at Christmas time and it was known that the work would take some time, but today's announcement is the first confirmation that works are not expected to be complete until December. It means many more months of disruption for commuters who use rail routes in the area.
ITV Meridian correspondent Derek Johnson filed this report back in February when questions about the issue were raised.
Rail passengers are warned to expect major disruption over Easter as Network Rail carries out work to improve track and signals.Read the full story ›
A replacement bus service is running on South West Trains between Alton and Farnham due to fallen tree on the line. South West Trains say its not yet known when normal service will resume.
There has been another big rise in the number of people using rail services in the south, with passengers numbers reaching an all time high.
Official figures from the Government's rail regulator show there were 262 million journeys in the region in the last quarter of 2012, a 5% increase.
The figures from the Office of Rail Regulation, come fifty years after Dr Richard Beeching cut rail services by a third because fewer people were using trains.
The British Rail Chairman from Kent was tasked with coming up with a solution to a network losing millions of pounds.
His report led to the closure of 6,000 miles of track and 2,000 stations.
Next week on ITV Meridian we'll have a special series of reports looking back at the Beeching cuts and how the railway of today plans to cope with increasing demand.