Calais strike: How roads, ferries and trains are affected
A strike which forced the suspension of Channel Tunnel services and led hundreds of migrants to try to board UK-bound lorries is now over but some travel delays continue.
Here is the latest situation on the roads, trains and ferries.
M20 in Kent is closed coast-bound between Junction 8 (A20 Maidstone Services) and Junction 9 (A20, Ashford North) because of Phase 2 of Operation Stack, where parts of the motorway are used to create a queue for lorries travelling to the continent. Non-commercial traffic is being diverted on to the A20 and lorries will be directed back on to the M20 to be parked.
Eurotunnel: Services are operating to schedule from both the UK and France, with up to two departures per hour. Call 08444 630000.
Eurostar: Normal services resumed on Wednesday, the company says. Trains are "very full" and places are being allocated at "the earliest availability". Passengers are warned those looking to exchange tickets will not be able to travel until this weekend/early next week.
For further details on exchanging your ticket, click here.
All services between Dover and Dunkirk are operating but there are delays of up to 90 minutes.
Call UK 08715 747235 or international 02081 278303. Latest updates are also on the company's twitter.
Services from Calais have resumed.
All services are operating on the Dover to Calais route "within 10 minutes" of schedule, with space available.
Ships are returning to service now the industrial action is over.
The most recent services have departed on time, with space available.
Call 08442 482100 between 09:00 and 17:30 BST for further details, or check the company's twitter.