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Stowmarket: A14 to close for overnight work for three nights running

PUBLISHED: 18:50 22 November 2012

Overnight closures on A14

Overnight closures on A14

Archant

OVERNIGHT work to improve part of the A14 will take place over three nights next week.

The work will begin on November 27 with the eastbound carriageway closed from 8pm to 6am between the Stowupland bridge and junction 50, Cedars Interchange.

A diversion route will see motorists come off the A14 at junction 49 where they will follow the A1380 through Stowmarket to the junction of the A1120 where they will rejoin the A14.

The Highways Agency is advising drivers to allow extra time. The work is due to finish at 6am on November 30.

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