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Traffic delays coming off A14 at Wherstead

PUBLISHED: 14:52 10 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:52 10 August 2018

Drivers could eb caught in the roadworks this week as maintainance begins. Picture: ARCHANT

Drivers could eb caught in the roadworks this week as maintainance begins. Picture: ARCHANT

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Motorists heading off the A14 onto the A137 towards Ipswich are experiencing severe delays caused by temporary traffic lights.

Traffic is backed up for roughly one mile on the route from Wherstead to Ipswich due to congestion caused by roadworks on Wherstead Road.

Motorists are queuing from the roundabout joining the A137, Wherstead Road and B1456 back to junction 56 of the A14.

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