East Anglia: Abnormal travelling routes including A12 and A14 expected to cause delays for motorists over four days next week
- Credit: citizenside.com
Abnormal loads travelling through East Anglia next week are expected to cause delays for motorists.
Police have advised the public that a large boat, and three crane bases will be travelling through the region on every day between Monday and Thursday.
On Monday, a large 52-tonne, boat will be escorted by Suffolk police from Colchester to Wroxham, Norfolk, from 9.30am.
It will follow the A12 , A13, A130, A1042 and A1151 to the site
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, three crane bases, each measuring 5.8m wide will be escorted from Seatrax in Great Yarmouth to Felixstowe Dock.
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On each day the escorted load will set off at 10am, following the A12, A47, A11, A1304, A14, A142, A14, and local roads to the site.
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