Bosses say there is no set date for the removal of a hated contraflow on the M20 which was introduced ahead of Brexit.
There have been very few Brexit queues as police officers from 33 forces come to help out in Kent.
A Tory revolt fails to amount to anything, a hike in council tax and another health shake-up - we round-up this week's political news in Kent.
The government is paying hundreds of thousands in rent every month for using a railway station car park for customs checks on cross-Channel lorries.
The government has paid the owner of land being used as a Brexit lorry park almost £6m in rent.
HGV drivers have this morning been learning about KCC's measures to control Continental traffic.
The transport minister says Kent gridlock fears after Brexit have been proved unfounded, with freight levels around 15% lower than normal.
A council has stepped up its fight against nuisance parking by using special powers to clamp sleepy lorry drivers.
A community say they are at "breaking point" as HGVs looking for a lorry park keep getting lost in their village.
More than one hundred jobs are available at a lorry park for 1,600 vehicles.
A senior highways officer has reported that the county's handling of post-Brexit transition traffic is working well.
MPs have warned not to "assume we are safe" after the predicted chaos at the ports after Brexit didn't materialise.
There is a warning consumers will bear additional costs from troubled traders following the enforcement of Brexit regulations.