A picket line formed outside London Paddington this evening as Tube and rail strikes took hold.
All London Underground services were due to stop at 6.30pm for 24 hours, while workers on First Great Western are striking for 48 hours, disrupting trains to and from Paddington.
Long queues formed outside Tube stations as people tried to get home before the London Underground strike began.
Pictures from around London showed packed stations and huge crowds gathered outside ahead of the 24-hour strike.
Strikes by workers for London Underground and First Great Western begin at 6.30pm today.Read the full story ›
The rush hour started early in London as commuters left work to beat a Tube strike which will cripple services until Friday morning.Read the full story ›
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Amateur video shows the moment an Amtrak passenger train struck a tractor trailer truck causing a derailment in North Carolina.
Leslie Cipriani filmed the moment the train crashed at 12.15pm in Halifax County on Monday causing minor injuries to 40 of its 200 passengers.
The National Transportation Safety Board and the State's Department of Transportation said on Twitter that investigations have been launched.
MPs on the Transport Select Committee have urged the Government to invest more in rail networks outside London and the South East.Read the full story ›
Network Rail Scotland has closed the Tay Bridge over the River Tay near Dundee due to strong wind.
Ferry services from Dover to Calais and Dunkerque are subject to delays because of the severe weather:
Dover-Calais: next sailing will be the delayed 10:15 - ETD 11:00
Dover-Dunkerque currently running with delays of up to 120 mins. Please proceed to check in for your scheduled departure.
P&O Ferries has suspended all services on its Larne and Cairnryan line because of the high winds:
Due to continuing adverse weather conditions all sailings on our Larne & Cairnryan routes have been suspended until further notice (1 of 2)
Passengers wishing to change their travel plans can contact our reservations centre on 01304 448877 to make alternative arrangements (2 of 2