New figures released by the Government for "on-time car journeys" suggest Brian Clough Way is the worst road in Britain. But how accurate is the data?
The Department for Transport say the figures from March 2011 - 2013 are "experimental" and they need people who use the road regularly to tell them about their experiences.
The best road in Britain is the A11 between the A1101 and A14 in East Anglia. 100% of the journeys for drivers were completed on time in January 2014. Drivers will face delays on this stretch soon as roadworks have now been announced.
Here's the list of the top ten worst roads in Britain, according to a car website, which analysed new government data...
A52 Brian Clough Way, Nottingham
A61 from Barnsley to the M1
A404 from Maidenhead to M4
A63 South of Hull
A500 Newcastle Under Lyme
Nottingham's Brian Clough Way has been named the worst road in Britain.
New data from the Department for Transport shows that more than 60% of all journeys on the A52 are delayed.
The data also shows that fewer than 40% of all drivers using the A52 will make it to the M1 on time because of delays.
The analysis of the government figures was carried out by the website WeLoveAnyCar.
The A52 at Clifton Bridge, in Wilford, Nottingham, has been reopened after a suspicious package has been found to be safe.
A member of the public contacted police to report the item on the bridge at around 8am this morning.
As a precaution, experts from the army visited the bridge.
One lane closed and slow traffic due to an accident involving two vehicles on the A52 before M1 J25 for Nottingham/Derby.
Two fallen trees on the A52 between Derby and Nottingham have brought hours of severe delays, police are asking motorists for patience.
Nottinghamshire police have warned motorists that severe delays are expected on the A52 Derby Road due to a fallen tree hitting a bus.
Police say there could be delays up to two hours as emergency services work to clear the trees.
A52 Derby Road closed in both directions very slow traffic, long delays due to accident, a tree that has struck a bus involved between A6464 (Priory Island) and A6514 (The Qmc Island), congestion on A52 to A60 (Nottingham Knight Island) Northbound and on A52 to B6003 (Bardills Island) Eastbound.
A spokesperson for Nottinghamshire police said it was believed the weather had caused two trees to come down and collide with each other.
He said one of the trees had 'clipped a bus' but said no one was injured. It is not known if there were any passengers on the bus.
The stretch of road closed earlier between the Gamston and Wheatcroft islands in West Bridgford due to earlier accident has now been re-opened.