There are no new problems reported on our main roads or public transport so far this morning.
It has been a quiet morning travel-wise in the region, with no new problems reported on major roads or the public transport system so far.
South West Trains says normal service has resumed between
- Yeovil Junction and London Waterloo
- Exeter St Davids and London Waterloo
- Salisbury and London Waterloo
It follows earlier over-running engineering work at Wimbledon
South West Trains is reporting delays of up to 30 minutes between Yeovil Junction and Salisbury because of a signalling problem.
The A361 on the Somerset Levels has been closed between East Lyng and Burrowbridge because of rising water on the road.
Following an inspection earlier today (Mon), Somerset County Council decided to close it.
Diverted traffic should use the A38 or A39.
The A39 is closed in both directions due to flooding between the B3191 Vicarage Road / Hill Lane (Blue Anchor Turn Off, Carhampton) and Monksway (Washford).
It's affecting traffic between Minehead and Williton. Traffic is very busy on the diversion routes.
Somerset County Council has closed the A359 between Queen Camel and Mudford due to flooding.
The road will be closed through the night and a decision on whether to re-open it will be made in the morning.
There has also been a significant oil spill on the A358, from Chard to the county boundary, which Somerset Highways is cleaning. The road is open but all drivers should be extremely careful in the area being cleaned.
In Somerset, there are reports of flooding and an accident on the A37 at Ilchester Road, around Coppits Hill Lane.
There are delays and cancellations on First Great Western services between London Paddington and Reading after a person was hit by a train. Some lines are blocked and other trains could be cancelled while emergency crews are on site.
It could add 30 minutes to journeys and will affect travel times to and from the westcountry.
There are delays of up to 30 minutes on CrossCountry and First Great Western services between Plymouth and Birmingham. It is due to safety checks of the line being made at Yatton. It is not known when normal service will resume.