There is queueing traffic at J11 / M27 westbound after a crash involving multiple vehicles. The slip road and the exit to the slip road for Fareham and Gosport are closed.
The M27 is forty years old today.
The first section of the motorway, near Southampton, opened on this day in 1975.
The original plan was to build a south coast motorway stretching from Folkestone in Kent all the way to Honiton in Devon.
Despite the weather, it's been a fairly delay-free day so far and these drivers have been fairly happy with the motorway's performance over the past four decades.
Were you driving along the M27 between junction two and three on Saturday, April 18, between 11pm and 11.30pm?
Did you see a woman walking along the hard shoulder?
Police are investigating after the woman, aged 29, was seen walking along the hard shoulder of the motorway following an altercation with a man.
Detective Constable Kirsty Burridge said: “Did you see a woman having an altercation with a man? Or did you see a black Alfa Romeo which was being driven in an unusual manner along the M27?”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Det Con Burridge at the Western Investigation Team on 101 or call the charity Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111, where information can be left anonymously.
A 34-year-old man from Gosport has been arrested in connection with this incident and was released on bail until June 3, pending further enquiries.
M27 Eastbound exit slip road closed at J5 A335 Wide Lane / A335 Stoneham Way / Stoneham Lane (Southampton Airport / Eastleigh)
Two lanes are blocked due to accident on M27 Westbound between J9 A27 (Segensworth/Fareham) and J8 A3024 (Bursledon/Hamble).
Emergency repairs are underway on both sides of the M27 after a lorry crashed into the Eastbound and Westbound carriageways of the motorway earlier this morning.
One lane closed and queueing traffic due to accident, four vehicles involved on M27 Westbound between J9 A27 (Segensworth/Fareham) and J8 A3024 (Bursledon/Hamble). Lane three of three is closed near J8.
There will be overnight closures, narrowed lanes and reduced speed limits on the M27 near Southampton until Spring 2015 as part of ongoing road improvements.
The two major improvements will begin next week as part of the government's £317m programme on motorways and trunk roads.
The enhancements will eventually reduce congestion, increase safety and improve journey times.
The work will start on Monday 4th August from Stoneham lane eastbound from the A335 onto the eastbound entry slip road.
Improvements to junction 3 will start at the end of September, after the Southampton Boat Show, and will see the westbound exit slip road and southbound M271 widened to three lanes.
Fire fighters attended a road traffic collision involving two private motor vehicles in lane three of the motorway. One male casualty was released by ambulance prior to our arrival and one male casualty was released by Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Both casualties were taken to hospital. Appliances from Hightown, Fareham and Botley attended, with a total of 19 fire fighters.