Your latest traffic update on Wedbesday morning for roads in and around Crow country

Traffic hot spots for motorists to avoid in Cambridgeshire on Wednesday morning are on the A14 Thrapston Road westbound at junction 21 with the A1 where there is queuing traffic following an earlier accident. Also, the A1 Great North Road northbound at Wa

Traffic hot spots for motorists to avoid in Cambridgeshire on Wednesday morning are on the A14 Thrapston Road westbound at junction 21 with the A1 where there is queuing traffic following an earlier accident.

Also, the A1 Great North Road northbound at Wansford at the junction with the A47 is partially blocked owing to a broken down lorry. There is also slow traffic reported on the A1307 Babraham Road, Cambridge, northbound between Hinton Way and Nightingale Avenue.

Rush hour traffic on the A1 (M) around Stevenage was very slow southbound between junction 8 at Coreys Mill and junction 7 with the A602 where there was also congestion with traffic stretching back down Broadhall Way.

Heavy traffic is also reported either side of the Hatfield Tunnel between junction 4 and 3 of the A1 (M).


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Motorists are also warned of possible congestion on the M25 between junction 16 with the M40 and junction 18 for Chorley Wood and between junction 21 and 18 anticlockwise where there is queuing traffic.

Also, on the M11 expect delays between junction 8 at Stansted Airport and junction 90 with Saffron Walden through the roadworks area.

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On the Park Street roundabout in St Albans there is traffic congestion after a two-vehicle accident on the A405.

On the M1 expect delays between junction 10 the Luton Airport Spur Road and junction 12 at Flitwick because of roadworks and heavy traffic is reported southbound between junction 12 and junction 11 at Dunstable.

Heavy traffic is also reported on the A1 Great North Road at Roxton on the Black Cat Roundabout. Also on the A1 there is slow traffic at Sandy southbound at the junction with the A603.

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