Travel: Check if hold-ups are affecting your journey
Few problems are this morning reported on the county’s roads.
An earlier collision temporarily blocked the A1071 at Hadleigh, but the crash scene has since been cleared.
Two cars collided shortly before 7.30am but nobody was hurt and the vehicles were quickly moved from the road.
Earlier, a man was treated by paramedics following a collision between a car and a van on Chilton Industrial Estate, Sudbury.
The crash happened at 6.49am, leaving a male driver trapped in his vehicle.
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Sudbury, Long Melford and Bury St Edmunds firefighters released the man and left him in the care of an ambulance crew.
Elsewhere, ongoing roadworks will cause the usual rush hour hold-ups but no big delays are likely.
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Rail passengers face a trouble free commute as well, with no major schedule alterations reported.
Keep checking this website for regular travel updates. Call the news desk on 01473 324788 with details of any travel problems you’ve spotted.