Latitude Festival 2018: Traffic news

This year's Latitude Festival is under way. Picture: Jen O'Neill

This year's Latitude Festival is under way. Picture: Jen O'Neill


As thousands of music fans hit the road this morning on their way to Latitude Festival, we’ll be keeping you up to date with the travel news to help get you there in good time.

Today is set to be the busiest on the roads towards the festival at Henham Park near Southwold.

Festival-goers have been asked to follow the signs, rather than satellite navigation, to ensure they don’t get lost on the way to the big event.

Vehicles will be directed towards the site along three different routes to help balance the traffic approaching the site.

This means routes that look shorter, and quicker, on satellite navigation devices may actually be slower due to the number of vehicles on the road.

Latitude 2018: Getting to the festival

The roads are looking relatively clear this morning, but are set to become busier as the day goes on.

Bus shuttle services to and from the festival are available at Diss and local stations.

This morning, Greater Anglia are reporting a good service on all lines.

We will be updating this story throughout the morning to help you get to the festival.

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