The M20 in Kent was closed between junctions 10 and 9 of the London-bound carriageway. A body was found. The M20 is open again.Read the full story ›
An airport price war is expected as Eurostar launch a new service to Amsterdam. The first ever direct train ran to the Dutch capital today.Read the full story ›
Thousands of passengers were stranded this morning as an electrical fault blocked rail lines at Winchester. Disruption expected until 4pm.Read the full story ›
RMT Union have announced more industrial action from midnight on Friday.Read the full story ›
The work will take place in Eastleigh creating around 200 jobs. It's a major boost to the towns railway works which once employed thousands.Read the full story ›
Fines totalling £92 million have been handed out to drivers using the Dartford Crossing - in the past year alone.Read the full story ›
Plans to double the size of a lorry park in Kent have been debated in Parliament.
Expansion to the site in Ashford would increase the existing three hundred spaces to six hundred. The move could reduce the problem of trucks parking in housing estates and lay-bys overnight.
Truckstop manager, Darren Smith, explains:
More to follow.
Rail passengers are at the centre of a major new anti-terror campaign on the transport network.
Security staff at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) who run Southern, Thameslink and Gatwick Express will be at stations from today advising commuters how best to spot suspicious activity and to report discarded bags. They're also advising on personal security and warning about pick pockets.
The campaign has been launched at Blackfriars and Brighton stations - before moving to key stations across the network.
Tony Holland, GTR Security Manager, explains:
Holidaymakers are being offered the chance to reserve sunbeds without the daily dash to put a towel down.Read the full story ›
Ryanair's new baggage rules have now been rolled out across all their flights.Read the full story ›