Morning travel bulletin: Latest update on rail and roads
A broken down car on the A12 posed the only problem for drivers on the region’s roads this morning.
The early hold-up was caused by a break-down on the southbound carriageway of the A12 at Kelvedon, between junction 23 for London Road and junction 22 for the B1389.
One lane of the carriageway was closed but the blockage was soon moved and traffic allowed to flow normally.
Few other problems have been reported, with no major disruption facing rush hour motorists.
The only delays may come in the form of roadworks in Thorpe’s Hill, Hintlesham, with temporary traffic lights controlling both directions at Birch Farm.
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Water main work also continues in Tayfen Road, Bury St Edmunds, affecting traffic moving both ways at Springfield Road.
National Express East Anglia has reported no major delays on the rails.
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