Drivers could face further disruption in Ipswich this weekend as a final 470-tonne abnormal load is escorted through the town.

Suffolk Highways confirmed last month that transformers would be moved to Bramford Substation in Bullen Lane across four consecutive weekends starting on Sunday, June 23. 

The final abnormal road, which is 4.85m wide and 76.75m long, is set to be escorted by the police from 8am this coming Sunday.

It will affect traffic on the A137, A14, A1214, A1071, B1113, Bullen Lane and local roads to the site. 

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A temporary overbridge was built on A137 Wherstead Road with traffic management taking place from the early hours of this Saturday through to about 6pm on Sunday.

Access to The Strand will be maintained via a short diversion on the A14. 

The major route could also experience some delays as further details for the abnormal load movement said the A14 will be "wrong-sided" with traffic managed by a rolling road block. 

A separate abnormal load will be moved to Sizewell next Tuesday.