Major holiday destinations, including France and Spain, are yet to decide if they accept UK Blue Badges which has prompted a warning from the AA.
Drivers on the roads during the extreme hot weather must keep an eye on engine temperatures, warns National Highways.
An amber warning for extreme heat is in place and temperatures could break all records so why are gritting teams now on standby?
Here is a letter from next week's Fenland Citizen.
The driver of an HGV that left the road and rolled over has been taken to hospital with a slight injury.
Emergency services are currently at the scene of an accident on the A141.
Police are appealing for witnesses or dashcam footage after two women were seriously injured in a crash.
Passengers are being asked to share their views on a newly-redeveloped railway station.
With the RMT union now threatening further strike action we look at when another strike would be permitted and at who else is walking out this year.
As flight cancellations and holiday disruption continues, a plan has been unveiled to help get people's summer plans back on track.
Plans to curb the amount private parking firms can charge drivers in fines have been temporarily withdrawn.
Despite the pain, work is proceeding well, say roadworks bosses.
Vital rail upgrades will extend platforms for new trains and provide power for the Elizabeth Line ahead of the next stage of opening from Shenfield.
Greater Anglia is advising people to only travel if absolutely necessary and expect severe disruption as national rail strikes next week.
More than 40,000 railway workers are going on strike for three days this month in a move expected to plunge train services into chaos.