Plans to build a new A14 toll road have been published by The Highways Agency.
The chancellor is expected to set out a further £11.5 billion of cuts, while MPs in the East are hoping for some good news for our roads.
Major disruption after a bio-fuel lorry overturned on the A14 between Brampton Hut and Thrapston in Cambridgehire.
Plans for a controversial toll road on the A14 in Cambridgeshire have gone on public display.
The Highways Agency has started a six week consultation over the £1.5 billion upgrade to the road.
Stuart Leithes reports.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg has told ITV News Anglia, that he believes tolling the A14 at Huntingdon is a fair way of ensuring the road is paid for.
Speaking at the Liberal Democrat conference in Glasgow, Nick Clegg said the A14 must be upgraded to boost the economy in the east.
A Northamptonshire MP has hit out at plans to demolish the Huntingdon viaduct as part of a £1.5 billion upgrade of the A14.
Northampton South MP Brian Binley said he welcomed plans to improve the road, but questioned the reasoning behind the demolition, which was paid for with taxpayers' money.
The news that the A14 will be a toll road has caused some anger amongst drivers.
Anglia News spoke to Roads Minister Stephen Hammond and asked him to respond to the suggestion that drivers would be forced to pay the toll.
Detailed plans for the new toll road on the A14 have been made public, but there are fears the charge will prompt motorists to find rat runs through nearby towns and villages.
The A14 is a vital route for commuters and freight traffic and is one of the most congested.
The Government says the answer is to build a £1.5 billion upgrade between Cambridge and Huntingdon, including a new 12-mile road toll, but not everyone is happy. Matthew Hudson reports.
A month long public consultation into the upgrading of the A14 has begun. The £1.5 billion scheme would increase capacity between Cambridge and Huntingdon.
But critics say the pay as you go toll road will hit those living locally the hardest. Matthew Hudson reports.
A month-long public consultation looking into plans to upgrade the A14 begins today.
A £1.5 billion scheme has been proposed by the Highways Agency with the aim of increasing capacity between Cambridge and Huntingdon.
The consultation is seeking feedback on the choice of route, junction and access arrangements, other options considered, the proposed tolling of the bypass around Huntington, and the way in which the tolling system could work.
Members of the public will have the opportunity to view the plans at a series of exhibitions throughout Cambridgeshire.
The public exhibitions will be held at:
Huntingdon Racecourse (staffed), Brampton, Huntingdon: Tuesday 17 September 2013 13:00 to 20:00, and Wednesday 18 September 11:00 to 20:00
Grafton Shopping Centre (staffed), Grafton Centre, Cambridge: Thursday 19 to Friday 20 September 09:00 to 17:30
Buckden Village Hall (staffed), Burberry Road, Buckden, Cambridgeshire : Tuesday 24 to Wednesday 25 September 11:00 – 20:00
Hilton Village Hall (staffed), Grove End, Hilton Cambridgeshire: Friday 27 September 2013 11:00 to 20:00, and Saturday 28 September 09:00 to 13:00
Bar Hill Village Hall (staffed), The Spinney, Bar Hill: Tuesday 1 to Wednesday 2 October 11:00 to 20:00
A14 Cambridge Services (staffed) Tuesday 1 to Saturday 5 October 11:00 to 20:00
Longstanton Park and Ride Amenity Building (unstaffed), Station Road: Tuesday 17 to Saturday 21 September
- Huntingdon Library (unstaffed), Princes Street, Huntingdon: Tuesday 24 to Saturday 28 September.
The A14 in Northamptonshire is returning to business as usual after a crash left a section of the road at a standstill.
Thousands of drivers were faced with lengthy delays following a pile-up involving a tractor and three lorries which saw the westbound carriageway at Rothwell near Kettering closed for almost seven hours.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey
Police have re-opened the A14 in Northamptonshire after it was closed for nearly seven hours by a crash.
Three lorries and a tractor were involved in the smash on the dual-carriageway at Rothwell near Kettering. It led to the road being shut westbound from 6.45am until lunchtime and long delays for motorists.
The tractor driver was airlifted to hospital but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. The lorry drivers are also believed not to have serious injuries.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey