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There is very slow traffic and two lanes are closed after an accident involving four vehicles on the M4 Westbound between J27(Highcross) and J28 (Tredegar Park).
There is slow traffic after an earlier accident, two cars and a van involved on M4 Brynglas Tunnel Eastbound between J26 (Malpas Road) and J25A (Newport/Grove Park Roundabout),
There is congestion on to J29 A48(M). All lanes have been re-opened.
One lane is closed and there is very slow traffic because of an accident involving two cars and a van in the M4 Brynglas Tunnel Eastbound between J26 (Malpas Road) and J25A (Newport/Grove Park Roundabout).
There is congestion on to J28 (Tredegar Park).
A major road in Cardiff is currently closed due to an 'ongoing incident', police say.
Newport Road is closed in both directions from Elm Street to Broadway.
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There are also delays to bus services in the area.
Due to an incident on Newport Rd, there are delays of up to 10mins to buses serving Newport Rd,Albany Rd/City Rd & Broadway.
There are no further details at present.
Two lanes are blocked and there is queueing traffic because of an overturned vehicle on the M4 Westbound at J33 (Cardiff West And Services).
Lanes two and three (of three) are blocked. The vehicle has overturned and come to rest between lanes two and three.
It is opposite where the entry slip merges with the main carriageway.
Vehicle overturned M4 westbound between junctions 33-34 - delays
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A number of rail services have been delayed or cancelled between Cardiff and Newport after a freight train carrying dangerous goods broke down.
Network rail has confirmed a safety inspection is taking place.
Current cancellations and delays include:
- Trains are expected to be delayed by up to 60 minutes or cancelled.
- Great Western Railway services between Cardiff Central and Portsmouth Harbour will start / terminate at Newport.
- Great Western Railway services between Cardiff Central and Taunton will start / terminate at Bristol Temple Meads
- Replacement buses are running between Cardiff Central / Pye Corner and Newport
Delays are expected to last until 2pm.