The proposed route of the one a half billion pound upgrade to the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon has been revealed.
Key changes to the plans include a new layout for the A14 and A1 around Brampton, and improved junctions at Swavesey, Bar Hill and Girton.
The Highways Agency will announce the preferred route this Summer. If the proposals are approved - work is expected to start in 2016.
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You can have your say on the A14 proposals by completing the Highways Agency survey by clicking here
There will be a series of public exhibitions on the proposals, a full list of them are available from the Highways agency here
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The A421 both is closed in both directions following an accident, two vehicles involved between M1 J13 / A507 (Milton Keynes South) and Beancroft Road (Marston Moretaine).
Drivers using the A120 in Essex will face diversions overnight this week from tonight.
The road will be shut for resurfacing work at Bradwell each evening at 8pm until Thursday, finishing at 6am on Friday morning.
There'll be alternative routes in operation via Braintree and Marks Tey.
The Northbound M11 exit slip road to the A14 eastbound is closed due to accident at J14 A14 / A428 (Girton / Cloverleaf interchange).
There's a warning that many of our local roads could become "unsuable" if councils aren't given more money to fix potholes.
The Local Government Association says around one in five of our roads are classed as being in a poor condition, and would not be able to stand another severe winter.
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The Local Government Association has witten to the Treasury asking for more money to repair potholes.
Damage to our roads is costing businesses around £5 billion a year and some local roads might have to close unless more Government money is made available for resurfacing, said the LGA.
It added: "Further severe weather could now lead to a tipping point in many areas where roads will become so damaged they will have to close."
The LGA has written to Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander asking him to provide greater capital funding for road maintenance.