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Travel updates: Greater Anglia delays; slow traffic on M25 and M11

PUBLISHED: 07:29 31 July 2014 | UPDATED: 09:35 31 July 2014

Traffic affected drivers this morning (Stock picture: PA/Tim Ireland)

Traffic affected drivers this morning (Stock picture: PA/Tim Ireland)

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Read our updates on disruption to roads and rail services.

7.30am

M25 clockwise - slow moving traffic between J30 at the A13 and the QE2 Bridge

M11 - queues southbound between J5, A1168 at Loughton, and J4, A406 at Woodford.

M25 junction 27 anti-clockwise - busy but moving.

7.45am

Abellio Greater Anglia tweeted: “7.39am Gidea Park-Liverpool St (7.41am Romford, 7.52am Ilford, 7.57am Forest Gate) will be cancelled due to a train fault (pantograph damage).”

8.30am

A passenger being taken ill on a Gidea Park to Liverpool Street train is causing delays into London.

Abellio Greater Anglia tweeted: “Service Update 8.30am - delays up to 15mins and alterations to Metro services via ForestGate due to a passenger being taken ill earlier.”

9.30am

Rail services between Shenfield and Liverpool Street running through Forest Gate are still affected by delays of up to 10 minutes, Abellio Greater Anglia says.

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