Local roads across the region could become unusable if we get another severe winter or more flooding according to the Local Government Association. It's warning ministers that one in five roads are now classed as being in poor condition.
The LGA says decades of government underinvestment could lead to a situation where some roads are so damaged that they will have to be closed.
We're expecting another blast of wintery weather this weekend with the return of snow and freezing temperatures. Snow has already begun to fall in parts of our region.
The AA is warning of severe conditions on the roads. It is warning drivers to be well prepared, even when heading out on a short journey.
The A509 is closed both ways due to accident involving a lorry and a motorcycle between London Road and A428.
An aerial photograph shows the route of the new A11 bypass around Elveden in Suffolk.
Work on building the new dual carriageway section of the road from Thetford to the Five Ways roundabout is due to finish by late 2014.
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A1144 Normanston Drive is blocked both ways after an accident involving a car and a motorbike involved at Skamacre Crescent.
Traffic is slow following an earlier accident on the Westbound carriageway at J28 Bucking Way Road (Cambridge Services / Boxworth), congestion on A14 to J31 M11 / A428 (Girton / Cloverleaf Interchange).
The Highways Agency has announced road improvements worth £22 million to five of the region's major roads.
The Government hopes the works will help to stimulate the economy and boost jobs
The Highways Agency has announced £22m worth improvements to six of the region's roads.Read the full story ›
A1 Great North Road Southbound blocked due to serious accident, two cars involved at B661 Perry Road / High Street (Buckden Roundabout).
One of the cars is on fire and all emergency services are on scene.
From Sunday, motorists using the Dartford crossing between Essex and Kent face increases in the toll charges.
They'll be going up by more than 30% - and a further rise is planned in two years time.
It's to pay for an estimated £500m scheme that'll do away with the toll booths. Inevitably, these increases are proving unpopular - as Malcolm Robertson reports.