The main railway line between Taunton and Exeter has finally reopened. The junction at Cowley Bridge had been closed by flood damage.
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.
The A303 at Ilminster in Somerset is closed in both directions because of an accident. It happened between the Southfield Roundabout and the A356
On the trains, there are possible delays of up to 25 minutes on services between Plymouth and Bristol Temple Meads on both the First Great Western and CrossCountry Services. That's because of flooding at Tiverton parkway.
On the trains, there is a disruption to First Great Western train services affecting passengers at Taunton and Portsmouth Harbour. That's due to a landslip at Cardiff Central.
For more information, visit the First Great Western website before you travel.
Train services in the region remain severely disrupted following the weekend's floods. This was the scene on the mainline above Exeter yesterday. Replacement buses are running up to Tiverton. Passengers are advised to check before taking trains in Devon and Cornwall.
There's still widespread disruption to trains in the South West, with buses in operation to cover the routes worst affected. On South West Trains there are no services between Exeter and Yeovil after the line was undermined by floodwaters. Much of Devon and Cornwall remains closed to rail services.