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A12: Problems caused by traffic lights failure are cleared

16:24 02 August 2014

Traffic on the A12 has been queuing for more than six miles

Traffic on the A12 has been queuing for more than six miles

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Problems on the A12 caused by traffic lights failure at the junction for the M25 have now cleared.

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Drivers heading to London had been warned to take alternative routes as engineers work to fix the problem at the Brook Street Roundabout.

Delays were being reported back to Mountnessing with vehicles on the M25 also getting stuck in the chaos.

However, at 7.30pm the problem was fixed and the queues were clearing.

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2 comments

  • My son got stitch for 4 hours last night. My mother for 4 hours today. An absolute disgrace. Who is accountable ?

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    Brooksie999

    Saturday, August 2, 2014

  • What again? This has been going on for a few weeks now. No doubt it's all about cost cutting just patch it up for a few days.

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    ran 528

    Saturday, August 2, 2014

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