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Travel: Congestion in Bury St Edmunds, Bungay and Braintree

08:00 27 January 2014




Heavy traffic has been reported as causing delays for motorists in Bury St Edmunds, Bungay and Braintree this morning.


The A143 between the A144 Broad Street junction and the B1332 Norwich Road junction in Bungay was reported as slow moving this morning as was the A1302 Parkway in Bury St Edmunds between the A143 Compiegne Way junction and Elephant and Castle double roundabouts.

Traffic was also said to be queueing on the A120 westbound in Braintree between Marks Farm Roundabout and Galley’s Corner.



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