Tens of thousands of rail passengers are facing disruptions this bank holiday weekend. Engineering works are taking place on key lines - with no service on the Gatwick Express. The Brighton mainline, South West Trains and Great Western services will also be affected. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
The interviewees are Chris Denham from Network Rail; and Paul Clark, an engineer who has been chosen to appear on the project's awareness posters at stations.
There is a waiting time of up to five hours to passenger Eurotunnel services at Folkestone due to a train stopped in the tunnel earlier and power supply issues.
There is a waiting time of approximately 5 hours on the Channel Tunnel Terminal after a train stopped in the tunnel earlier and a new power supply problem.
There are waiting times of up to two hours and 30 minutes to the passenger Eurotunnel service at Folkestone due to a train that stopped in the tunnel earlier. There is a waiting time of approximately 30 minutes before check in and 2 hours on the terminal.
Delays and cancellations on South West Trains between Weymouth and Bournemouth due to a fire at a property near the railway at Wool. Source:Train Operating Company.
ITV Meridian can reveal 145 million pounds is being spent on a new generation of trains for the Gatwick Express - that will also serve Brighton.
More than 100 carriages are being built - and the first will enter service within weeks. Our Transport Correspondent, Mike Pearse, has been given exclusive access on board one of the new trains.
A replacement bus service is running on Southeastern trains between Hastings and Tunbridge Wells due to poor rail conditions.
There is no service on South West Trains London bound between Havant and Haslemere due to icy rail conditions.
Ice has formed on the rail which supplies power to trains meaning no trains can operate at the moment.
Rail fares go upon on Monday by just over 1%. It's the lowest increase for six years, with the price pegged to low inflation levels. But passenger groups have warned that more work is needed to achieve a 'truly affordable railway', with ticket prices 25% higher than in 2010.
Hundreds of thousands of rail passengers are facing severe disruption to services as the big shutdown of the region's railway continues: fewer trains, longer journeys and buses replacing rail. Key lines hit are to Gatwick and Brighton to London, services to London Bridge and the lines to Paddington from the Thames Valley. Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
Hundreds of thousands of rail passengers in the South East are preparing to face 10 days of major disruption over the festive break because of engineering works.
The lines from Brighton and Kent to London will be the worst hit.
From late on Christmas Eve until the New Year the region's key lines to the capital will be closed when 20,000 engineers work to upgrade track and signals.
The biggest disruption will be on the line to London Bridge.
Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse has been to the station to see what work will be done and how the £6.5 billion upgrade of the station is progressing.