M20 coastbound blocked due to incident between M25 J3 / A20 (Swanley Interchange) and J2 A20 / A227 (Wrotham Brands Hatch Circuit).
M25 anticlockwise lane closed on entry slip road due to accident at J3 M20 / A20 (Swanley Interchange).
A high-speed Javelin train travelled along the East Sussex coast for the first time today - in what's being billed as a 'transformational' moment for transport and regeneration.
The arrival of the train was a PR stunt. But the Government - and Network Rail - say it underlines an 'absolute commitment' to extending HS1 from Ashford in Kent to Hastings, Eastbourne and Bexhill. Derek Johnson reports.
M25 anticlockwise is blocked, with queueing traffic due to debris on the road after Clacket Lane Services. There is congestion to J6 A22 / B2235 (Godstone).
A high-speed Javelin train is travelling between Hastings and Eastbourne today as part of a summit calling for faster rail travel for Sussex.
The trip coincides with a meeting in which MPs, commuters and rail groups are urging the government to build a high speed link. It would enable people to travel far quicker to London and through the South East.
Delays of up to one hour and nine minutes on P and O Ferries between Dover and Calais due to adverse weather conditions.
The A35 St Pauls Road in Bournemouth is blocked. The delays have been caused by an accident involving a motorcycle at A338 Wessex Way (St Pauls Roundabout).
There is delays of up to one hour and 30 minutes on P and O Ferries between Dover and Calais due to adverse weather conditions and congestion at the port.
Delays of up to 45 minutes on Wightlink between Lymington and Yarmouth due to high winds.
There have also been some cancellations this morning.
Southeastern have said they are 'disappointed' with the results of a passenger survey which showed customer satisfaction was at 74 per cent.
The score was the lowest of all rail operators in the country.
The National Rail Passenger Survey asked 27,000 people about their rail journeys.
Passengers highlighted punctuality, availability of seating on trains, and the way that the company deals with delays as reasons for giving a low score.
"These disappointing scores show just how important a reliable and punctual service is to passengers.
"We’re committed to improving performance through a robust new timetable, which has seen punctuality improve over the last two to three weeks; and a programme of investment in our trains.
“We recognise that we have a lot more work to do to ensure that our passengers are more satisfied with the service that we provide. “Over the next three years we're investing more than £70 million in the things that our passengers tell us are important to them.
"Passengers will start to see the results of this investment over the next couple of months and we hope that this will be reflected in the results of the next passenger survey, which is already under way."