A week of repair work sees lane closures and reduced speed limit on M11 between junctions for Duxford and A11

PUBLISHED: 10:24 07 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:24 07 August 2017

Repairs to a barrier on the M11 will mean lane closures for five nights.

Repairs to a barrier on the M11 will mean lane closures for five nights.


Work to repair a barrier on the M11 near Duxford means lane closures and a reduced speed limit for the next five nights – starting this evening.

One lane will be closed in both directions of the motorway from Junction 10 for Duxford to 9 for the A11, and there will be a temporary speed limit of 50mph on this stretch between 8pm and 6am.

The work is expected to be finished on Saturday morning, and Highways England has said it will try to keep disruption to a minimum.

To keep up to date with the traffic, see www.trafficengland.com.


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