This is the latest on roads and travel in Hereford. We'll keep this post updated, so keep coming back for the latest:

All major routes into Hereford are now becoming impassable.

This includes the Roman Road, Kings Acre road, the B4224, and some areas of the A49 both to the north and south of the city.

RELATED NEWS: Live updates on Storm Dennis flooding in Herefordshire

Moreton, Wellington and Callow are among the areas affected.

Please avoid making any journeys where possible and keep up to date with flood warnings in your area.

A44 Pembridge

A49 from the OK Diner, Leominster, to Brimfield

A49 Moreton-on-Lugg and Wellington

A49 Woofferton

A4110 Canon Pyon road

A4110 Leintwardine

A4110 Eardisland - REOPENED

A4110 Stretford

A4103/A465 Aylestone Hill roundabout

A417 from the A49 to Bodenham - REOPENED

A417 Stretton grandison - REOPENED

A480 Mansel Lacey - REOPENED

A438 Kingsacre Holt - Letton

A438 Bridge Sollars

A438 Whitney-on-Wye

A44 near Hamnish, Cotheridge, Knightwick and Broadwas

A44 Monkland - REOPENED

A465 at Cross Keys - REOPENED

A465 Little Hereford

A4172 Little Marcle

B4224 Hampton Park Road: Hampton Bishop to Mordiford

B4224 Fownhope

B4229 Kerne Bridge

B4229 Goodrich

B4361 Broadward

B4399 Holme Lacy to Dinedore - REOPENED

B4399 Holme Lacy Causeway

B4352 Clehonger - REOPENED

B4352 Bredwardine Bridge

B4348 Peterchurch 

B4347 at Ewyas Harold 

B4362 at Combe between Shobdon and Presteigne

B4262, Combe

B4203 Tedstone Wafre

B4348 between Wormelow and Locks Garage

B4399 Rotherwas relief road

B4352 at Weston, Bredwardine

C1031 Rhyse Lane, Pembridge

C1032 Bridge Street, Pembridge

C1261 Hoarwithy Road

Holmer Road, Hereford

Newtown Road, Hereford

C1122 Wellington

C1125 Sutton St Nicholas

C1195 Peterchurch

C1196 Stoney Street

C1248 Llangarron

C1206 Vowchurch

C1144 Longworth, Dormington

C1055 between Kimbolton and Hamnish, Kimbolton

C1196 From Rose Cottage to Cornerstone, Madley

C1261 from C1234 to Knapp Green, Hoarwithy

C1221 Kingstone

U74903 Kilpeck

Lower Bullingham Lane in Hereford

Bullingham Lane, Hereford

Millbrook way, Orleton

U72408 Preston Wynne

U70408 Leys Hill Road, Walford

Larport Lane, Lugwardine 

Homs Road, Ross-on-Wye

Trenchard Street, Ross-on-Wye

Kerne Bridge, Ross

Huntsham Bridge, Ross

Old Worcester Road cycleway, Leominster

Caswell Road, Leominster

Greytree Road, Ross-on-Wye 

Road damage - please avoid areas if possible

B4352 Bredwardine

C1195 Peterchurch

U72211 Perton Lane, Stoke Edith

U70009 Cross in Hand, How Caple

Bus travel

Yeomans are not running the following bus services tomorrow (Monday)
440 Ewyas Harold to Pontrilas shuttle
446 from Staunton on Wye to Almeley 
453/454 services from Hereford to Fownhope
426 Leominster - Bodenham - Marden - Hereford
447 Bredwardine to Hereford
449 will NOT serve Brampton
All other services in and around the city should operate as best we can unless there are major changes overnight.

Lugg Valley:
490 Leominster to Ludlow
492 will NOT serve Wellington Village between Leominster and Hereford
495/496 will operate Leominster to Shobdon via Kingsland ONLY
501/502 services from Leominster - Canon Pyon - Hereford

Train travel

West Midlands Railway are advising passengers to check before they travel tomorrow morning (Monday) and allow more time for their journeys as Storm Dennis continues to affect the rail network.

Flooding continues to affect services and road access to some stations.

The lines from Birmingham to Shrewsbury and Hereford (via Bromsgrove) have now reopened as flood water has receded.

However, services between Birmingham and Rugeley Trent Valley ( via Walsall) and Stratford upon Avon to Whitlocks End are still suspended.

Services to and from the North West of England are severely disrupted due to damage to overhead power lines near Stafford and Runcorn.

Transport for Wales

There has been no recent update on the line between north and south Wales via Hereford and Leominster.

Transport for Wales is urging passengers to check before they travel on Monday as Storm Dennis continues to cause severe flooding on the Wales and Borders network.

Great Western Railway

The company which operates services from Hereford and Ledbury to London Paddington is also asking customers to check before they travel tomorrow.