A month on from the biggest rail timetable shake-up in a generation and commuters say they are still facing delays and cancellations.Read the full story ›
A vehicle fire in the Holmesdale Tunnel on the M25 in Hertfordshire is causing long delays.
There are queues on the motorway because all traffic is being temporarily held on M25 anticlockwise between junction 26, theA121 for Waltham Abbey and junction 25 the A10 for Enfield.
There has been a furious reaction to cuts to free school transport in Suffolk. School buses currently cost the council £21 million a year.Read the full story ›
Charles Horton has resigned as chief executive of Govia Thameslink after weeks of disruption following the introduction of a new timetable.Read the full story ›
There are lengthy delays near Cambridge this morning after a lorry crashed into the central reservation of the A14.Read the full story ›
Luton airport bosses are calling for better rail links to the terminal after it had its busiest ever May.
1.5 million passengers travelled through last month, an increase of 3.6%
There is already a multi-million pound redevelopment taking place, but in the meantime the airport is calling on bidders for the franchise to include four fast trains per hour into central London.
The Cabinet's recent approval of the third runway at Heathrow will not solve London's capacity problems alone. Regional airports need to be able to meet their full potential, and improved rail links are essential to achieving that.
The DfT has recognised that in the East Midlands rail franchise and we hope the bidding rail companies will seize this once-in-a-decade opportunity to improve rail services for passengers and help ease the UK's capacity crunch.
London Luton Airport carried 15.8 million passengers in 2017, an increase of 8.6% since 2016.
9,400 people are employed in connection with the airport.
A major fault on the railway track that caused misery for commuters on Monday morning will take months to permanently fix.Read the full story ›
A pedestrian is believed to have been hit by a guided bus in Cambridge during this morning's rush hour.
Emergency services were called to reports of a collision on the guided busway near Purbeck Road, close to Cambridge University Press. The ambulance service said it was first called at 8.17am with police alerted at 8.34am.
The East of England Ambulance Service said a man, believed to be in his 30s, was treated at the scene with leg and shoulder injuries and was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital.
A police spokesman said he had "suspected serious but not life-threatening injuries".
The guided busway connects areas around Addenbrooke's Hospital and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus to the city centre, via Cambridge station.
Commuters are facing disruption on trains in and out of London this morning due to a "major track fault" at Liverpool Street Station.Read the full story ›
Cambridgeshire gymnast Louis Smith has received an apology from Virgin Trains over a ticket check of black passengers in First Class.Read the full story ›