Delays of up to one hour and 20 minutes on DFDS Seaways between Dover and Calais due to operational reasons.
M4 Westbound lane closed on exit slip road due to broken down car at J15 A346 Marlborough Road / A419 Marlborough Road (Swindon East).
M27 Eastbound exit slip road closed at J5 A335 Wide Lane / A335 Stoneham Way / Stoneham Lane (Southampton Airport / Eastleigh)
Rail passengers endured Monday morning travel woes today with a number of commuter services suffering delays.
The worst of the difficulties was at Fratton in Portsmouth where a signalling problem led to delays to trains to Wales and to the London stations of Victoria and Waterloo.
Passengers travelling with the First Great Western, South West Trains and Southern train companies were affected by this problem, with some travellers experiencing delays of up to 60 minutes.
Services into another major London station - Paddington - were also held up, by a signalling problem at Maidenhead in Berkshire.
"This has been another miserable morning for commuters with services into London wrecked yet again."
Delays of up to 40 minutes on Southern at Fratton due to electrical supply problems.
One lane closed due to multi-vehicle accident on M20 coastbound between M25 / A20 (Swanley Interchange) and J2 A20 / A227 (Wrotham Brands Hatch Circuit).
Two lanes are blocked due to accident on M27 Westbound between J9 A27 (Segensworth/Fareham) and J8 A3024 (Bursledon/Hamble).
The A338 southbound is blocked at Bournemouth in Dorset after an accident involving five vehicles at B3073 (Blackwater Junction).
Traffic is fully blocked heading into Bournemouth at present. There is a home football game this afternoon when AFC Bournemouth play Blackburn.
Delays of up to one hour and 45 minutes on DFDS Seaways between Dover and Calais.
There is disruption for rail passengers after a landslip between Leamington Spa and Banbury. A limited bus service is running between the stations. Buses are also running between Banbury and oxford.
Chiltern Railways and Crosscountry passengers can use both services during the disruption.
The National Rail Enquiries Service is advising that passengers can follow the incident by using the hashtag #BanburyTrains on social media.