TRAVELLERS face disruption on the railways and jams on the roads during Easter.
Furthermore, once Easter is over, there could be serious delays at ports when strict new passport exit checks for departing passengers are introduced on April 8.
On the roads, traffic information company Inrix is predicting that the worst-affected congestion hotspots in south east and south west England could be twice as busy as last Easter.
The company reckons those heading by road to Gatwick and Heathrow airports on Thursday could face up to four times the standard journey time, with a typical 30-minute journey around the western section of the M25 taking up to two hours.
Inrix said the busiest days will be Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Monday.
The RAC said that as many as 16 million motorists were set to take ...