Flooding still causing problems on several roads in Cambridgeshire on Thursday
PUBLISHED: 09:13 04 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:16 11 May 2010
Flooding still causes problems on several roads in Cambridgeshire on Thursday and motorists are being advised to avoid the A1123 High Street, Earith both ways between Bridge End and the B1050 Shelford Road which is closed in both directions due to floodin
Flooding still causes problems on several roads in Cambridgeshire on Thursday and motorists are being advised to avoid the A1123 High Street, Earith both ways between Bridge End and the B1050 Shelford Road which is closed in both directions due to flooding.
Flooding has also closed the A1101 Wash Road, Welney. West Delph Road, Whittlesey, also remains closed in both directions. But Low Road, St Ives, which had been closed due to flooding after last weekend's heavy rain, has been re-opened.
There were reports of heavy traffic in several areas of the county this morning with the main one being around the A14 at Brampton eastbound between junction 22 and junction 23; at Godmanchester eastbound between junction 24 and junction 28 and between junctions 31 and 32.
There was also heavy traffic southbound around junction 7 of the A1 (M) at Stevenage this morning. Congestion is also reported on the A602 Broadhall Way leading to junction.
Other areas where congestion has been reported are on the A414 eastbound around Hemel Hempstead; the A602 Westmill Road, Ware, eastbound at the junction with the A10; the A505 Fishponds Road, Hitchin, both ways between the A600 Bedford Road and the B656 Walsworth Road; A405 Bricket Wood; the A10 at Cheshunt between the A1170 Great Cambridge Road and Enfield and on the A1 Barnet Way southbound between Stirling Corner and the Watford By-Pass in Borehamwood.
On the M25 there is queuing traffic anticlockwise between junction 21 with the M1 and junction 18 Chorley Wood.
Delays can also be expected on the A1 (M) between junction 4 and 3 either side of the Hatfield Tunnel through the roadworks area where there is also a 40mph speed limit; on the M11 between junction 8 at Stansted Airport and junction 9 for Saffron Walden and on the M25 between junction 16 with the M40 and junction 18 at Chorley Wood through the roadworks where there is a 50mph speed limit.
In Bedfordshire the A4146 Leighton Road, Northall, is blocked both ways due to an accident between three cars and a van near Slapton Lane.
On the M1 there is queuing traffic on the exit slip road southbound at junction 13 at Bedford and expect delays both ways between junction 10 the Luton Airport Spur Road and junction 12 at Flitwick through the roadworks.
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