Information about the latest phase of overnight closures on the A14 in Suffolk has been released by National Highways.

Work is taking place between junction 47a at Haughley and junction 49 at Tothill.

The work began on Monday, February 20 after news broke in January.

A contraflow system will be implemented to help keep traffic moving, with a reduced 50mph speed limit being introduced within the area.

The overnight closures will take place between junctions 43 at Bury St Edmunds and 51 at Needham Market until Monday, April 17.

Some junctions will remain open for access to local traffic, National Highways said.

The closures will be in place Monday to Friday from 8pm until 6am on each night work is being carried out.

Dates and directions of overnight closures:

  • Monday, March 20 until Friday, March 24 - eastbound
  • Monday, March 27 until Friday, March 31 - westbound
  • Monday, April 3 until Wednesday, April 5 - westbound
  • Tuesday, April 11 until Friday, April 14 - westbound
  • Monday, April 17 - eastbound