There is disruption on South West Trains between London Waterloo and Surbition, between London Waterloo and Guildford and between London Waterloo and Woking after a person was hit by a train at Wimbledon.
Tickets are being accepted on TFL, First Great Western and Southern services.
All lines through Wimbledon station are currently blocked, and South West Trains do not yet have an estimate for when the line may reopen.
There are train delays for people travelling through London Waterloo after a person was hit by a train in the Wimbledon area.
Trains are piled up coming into the station and commuters are stuck trying to travel out of the station.
Commuters are facing delays heading into London after a person was hit by a train at Wimbledon.
Trains in the surrounding areas have been disrupted following the backlog after the incident.
TRAVEL: South West Trains disruption in and out of London Waterloo following an incident at Wimbledon. All lines currently blocked.
An overturned lorry has closed the A27 near Brighton between Hollingbury and Falmer.
Diversions are now in place and drivers are being warned to avoid the area.
A revised service has been introduced on Condor Ferries between Poole and Guernsey, and between Poole and Jersey due to a lower than predicted tide. Sailings will operate approximately 30 minutes behind schedule.
There's a waiting time of up to one hour for freight on the Eurotunnel service at Folkestone due to high volume of traffic. Passenger services are not affected.
One lane is closed and traffic is queueing on the M25 anti-clockwise in Kent before junction 5 for the M26/A21 due to an oil spillage and earlier accident.
Two lanes are closed and traffic is queueing on the M25 clockwise between Clacket Lane Services and junction 6 A22/B2235 (Godstone) with congestion to junction 5 M26/A21 due to an accident involving two lorries and a car.