Monday's travel news in the Meridian region

The latest travel news for the Meridian region on Monday 10th February.

Live updates


TRAVEL - TRAINS: OXFORDSHIRE - First Great Western - disruption between Oxford & Didcot Parkway

Disruption on First Great Western between Oxford and Didcot Parkway due to flooding between Oxford and Radley. Tickets being accepted on Chiltern Railway services. Heavy rain has caused flooding to the South of Oxford.

First Great Western will operate a limited service through the area, but trains won't call at Culham or Appleford. A bus service is running between Oxford and Didcot Parkway, calling at these stations.


TRAVEL - TRAINS: SUSSEX Southeastern - Replacement buses between Wadhurst & Battle - landslide

Replacement bus service running on Southeastern between Wadhurst and Battle due to landslide between Robertsbridge and Battle, and at Stonegate. Tickets being accepted on Southern services and via Ashford International on Southeastern High Speed services.

Owing to the two landslides, the line will be closed until at least Monday 17th February. Some buses may be extended to run to/ from Hastings.

TRAVEL - HAMPSHIRE: South West Trains, Disruption between Portsmouth Harbour and London Waterloo via Eastleigh - landslide at Botley

Disruption via Eastleigh on South West Trains between Portsmouth Harbour and London Waterloo due to landslide at Botley. Trains between Portsmouth and Waterloo via Eastleigh won't call at Botley or Hedge End but will call at Southampton Airport Parkway.

Most services from Portsmouth to London are diverted and won't call at Woking or Clapham Junction in order to ease delays.

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