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.
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The roads have been busy today as families continue their Easter getaway. Congestion on the motorways and traffic delays of more than two hours meant that ferries from Dover were delayed. There's also been disruption at the Channel Tunnel.
Eurostar trains are now returning to normal following a fatality yesterday near Lille, in Northern France.
Edmund King, AA's President, explains that the roads may be busy this weekend as more people are choosing to stay in the UK but travel by road to spend the Easter bank holiday away from home.
It could be busier on the region's roads this Easter weekend than it was over last year's bank holiday weekend.
That's the prediction from the AA which thinks that 55% of drivers are planning to take to the roads.
Over half a million people are also expected to fly from Gatwick and Heathrow, heading to popular destinations such as Spain and Turkey to catch some Spring sunshine.
We spoke to Edmund King, AA President.
They cause delays and can make tempers frayed - we all know how frustrating it can be to sit in roadworks especially if you are in a hurry or its rush hour.
Well thousands of planned roadworks in Surrey and East Sussex have been banned under a radical new scheme to keep the regions traffic on the move. The Government has given the county councils special powers to issue permits allowing companies to dig up our roads only when it's absolutely necessary.
And if they over run they'll be fined up to £2000 a day. Here's our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse.
Thousands of planned roadworks across Surrey and East Sussex have been banned under a radical new scheme to keep the region's traffic flowing.
The Government has given the county councils special powers to issue permits allowing companies to dig up our roads, only when it's absolutely necessary. And if they over run they could be fined up to £2000 a day.
ITV Meridian spoke to Cllr John Furey from Surrey County Council.