TWO traffic incidents have been reported on the M4 this morning, causing severe delays for commuters.
According to traffic services, a collision has been reported westbound on the M4. Officers are en route to deal with the incident between junction 34, Miskin and junction 35, Pencoed. Commuters are advised to avoid the area.
Traffic Wales said: “M4 Westbound between J34 Miskin and J35 Pencoed.
“Officers en route, more updates to follow. Avoid the area if possible.”
Another incident has also been reported eastbound between junction 45 Ynysforgan and junction 44 Lon Las.
Again, services have warned commuters to avoid the area.
The traffic collision heading westbound occurred at 6.50am.
Police confirmed a car and a light goods vehicle were involved in the incident.
Emergency services have revealed there were no serious injuries from the crash.
South Wales Fire and Rescue officers also attended the scene to reports of an overturned car but no one was trapped inside the car.
Heavy congestion has also been reported between the two junctions heading eastbound.
Traffic Wales reported: “Accident reported in the area.
“Please proceed with care. Police and Traffic Officers en route.
“Heavy congestion in the area.”
The traffic incident was reported at 7.44am.
Both incidents have now been cleared, Traffic Wales reports.
The M4 was hit by chaos earlier this month due to Insulate Britain protesters.
The group staged 10 days of protests over three weeks in England.
Thirty-nine activists were arrested by the police following their protests across the M1, M4 and the M25.
The group has claimed it will continue to blockade the roads around London until the Government takes action.
They said in a statement: “It’s incomprehensible that the Government is continuing to delay action on home insulation when we urgently need to cut our carbon emissions, eliminate fuel poverty and help hard-working families with their rising energy bills.
“Added to which, industry is crying out for the government to show some leadership and get behind a national retrofitting strategy.
“Come on Boris: get on with the job.”