Staff at a nature reserve in Cambridgeshire have started a petition against plans to build a road through ecologically important wildlife sites.
Cambridgeshire County Council is consulting with local residents on a new road which would link Hartford Road, near Huntingdon, to the A14 at Godmanchester.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a stolen van was driven the wrong way down the M11 and A14 for nearly 50 miles.
Police say up to 100 vehicles, including HGVs, were forced to dodge the van as it was driven from Essex into Cambridgeshire to escape a police pursuit.
The van joined the M11 at Hastingwood driving north on the southbound carriageway.
Essex police say vehicles monitored the van from the northbound carriageway while a police helicopter flew overhead.
The van stopped after crashing into an HGV near Junction 24 of the A14 at Godmanchester.
A 19-year-old man from Romford was arrested on suspicion of aggravated taking a vehicle without consent, dangerous driving, no insurance, no licence and failing to stop for police.
A driver doing 118 miles an hour on the A14 at Girton was the fastest recorded by speed cameras in Cambridgeshire in the past year.
The police have released the top five speeds in response to a Freedom of Information request.
Two motorists were also clocked doing 116 miles an hour on the A14 near Huntingdon.
Works on improving the A14 in Cambridgeshire get underway today, an extra lane is being put in between Girton and Histon on both sides of the road.
The work will take place primarily during the day using narrow lanes with a 50mph speed limit.
Some overnight lane and road closures will be required and traffic will be diverted at times.
The work is part of a £317 million pinch point improvement programme designed to boost local economies, reduce congestion and improve safety on the strategic road network in England.
It should take 8 months to complete.
Delays on the A14 are costing Suffolk businesses £140 million a year according to a new report on the impact the road is having on the county's economy.
The study by accountants firm Ernst and Young says the time lost in delays across the A14 costs companies over £110 million with a further £29 million lost by supply chain industries.
They believe ending congestion on the road could instead generate revenue and create thousands of more jobs.
There will be an abnormal load travelling through Norfolk and Suffolk on Wednesday.
The steel tank will be escorted from the A11 at Snetterton to the Cambridgeshire border of the A14 from 9.30am.
Delays are expected through the roadworks at Elveden.
The road is closed and there is stationary traffic due to an accident in Cambridgeshire on A14 westbound between J29 B1050 (Bar Hill) and J26 A1096 London Road (St Ives) towards Huntingdon.
There will be delays on the A14 in Northamptonshire this week.
Part of the Kettering bypass will be closed as part of a £42 million scheme to improve safety and relieve congestion.
The westbound carriageway between junctions 9 and 7, will shut from 8pm until 6am.
Drivers are being warned that part of the A14 Kettering bypass will be shut for the next five nights as part of a £42 million scheme to improve safety and relieve congestion.
The westbound carriageway between junctions 9 and 7 will shut from 8pm at night until 6am in the morning all this week.
Project manager, Mike Hall said:
"We endeavour to avoid overnight working as far as possible, however we cannot do these works during the day. There may be some disturbance to local residents... but we will of course do our best to minimise this by doing the noisiest work as early as possible during the closure period."
Drivers are being warned that part of the A14 Kettering bypass will be closed for five nights as part of its £42million scheme to improve safety and relieve congestion.
The westbound carriageway will shut between junctions 9 and 7 from 8pm until 6am from Monday 17 to Friday 21 of February.
The work involves vegetation removal and installation of temporary safety barriers on the slip roads at junction 8. At the same time the opportunity will be taken to carry out some carriageway repairs.
We endeavour to avoid overnight working as far as possible, however we cannot do these works during the day as we need to close the carriageway.
There may be some disturbance to local residents, as removing vegetation and installing new barriers can be noisy, but we will of course do our best to minimise this by doing the noisiest work as early as possible during the closure period."