Travel latest: Motorists urged caution on icy roads
MOTORISTS were advised to take care this morning as ice returned to the roads.
There were no reports of accidents early on and all the main routes were running as well as they do during a Monday-morning rush-hour.
However, a police spokeswoman urged caution. She said: “The roads are icy, but so far it is not too bad.
“Temperatures have definitely dropped, so we would advise motorists to take care for the rest of the week.”
There were some very minor delays on National Express East Anglia services due to poor rail conditions early on.
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The 6.42am Lowestoft to Ipswich service was experiencing delays due to a late crew member and then a train fault.
Otherwise, the trains were running freely.
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