The A26 Tonbridge Road in both directions blocked due to accident at B2246 Fountain Lane / Farleigh Lane (The Fountain Traffic Lights).
One lane is closed and there is queueing traffic for five miles due to multi-vehicle accident and debris on road on M27 Eastbound at J5 A335 Wide Lane / A335 Stoneham Way / Stoneham Lane (Southampton Airport / Eastleigh), congestion on M27 to J4 M3. Lane three (of three) is closed.
A lot of debris is also strewn across the carriageway.
Payne's Road on the way out of Southampton is closed due to flooding between Waterloo Road and A35 Millbrook Road West (Millbrook Station).
The B4526 Reading Road is partially blocked due to accident, a lorry and a tree involved between Fairfield Road (Goring) and B471 (Cray's Pond). A red seven and a half ton lorry has gone in to a tree. The Police and Ambulance service are on scene waiting for recovery.
One lane blocked and slow traffic due to accident, two vehicles involved on A3 London Road Northbound between A3(M) J1 / A3 Clanfield and Chalton Lane ( Chalton turn off). Note change of direction. One of the cars has hit the central reservation.
A new winter road safety campaign is warning drivers against using the hard shoulder to undertake gritters.Read the full story ›
They feared a day of commuter chaos but as work began on Reading Bridge this morning - it seemed drivers had heeded the warnings to leave earlier and find an alternative route. The crossing is closed for a fortnight and as predicted diversions were under pressure. So can the routes and the drivers sustain it for another fortnight? Mel Bloor reports
The AA is issuing advice for drivers planning to travel on Thursday as figures show 15 million motorists are expected on the roads.Read the full story ›
Roadworks in Brighton are frustrating early morning motorists in Brighton. The roadworks, on the A23, are causing long queues in the city. The main problems are around Edward Street and Grand Parade.
It's the worst traffic bottleneck in the region - but there is an end in sight. Today Parliament heard arguments where exactly the new crossing should be built, across the Thames near Dartford. All being well, the go-ahead will be given later this year. Reports by Derek Johnson and Phil Hornby.