The faulty Haven Bridge in Great Yarmouth will be closed to traffic from 7pm this evening (Monday 2 July) while engineers try to fix the 90 year old structure.
Norfolk County Council say attempts will be made to lift and close the bridge in time for Tuesday morning's rush hour. However they are warning if there are problems the road could remain shut for two days.
The plan is to open the Haven Bridge for just one hour tonight - between 8pm and 9pm to allow the TS Lord Nelson and other boats stranded by last week's malfunction to pass through.
From 9pm the bridge will then close to river traffic to allow the engineers to carry on working.
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Luton Airport in Bedfordshire has begun consulting on a further options for a potential major expansion that could mean millions more passengers passing through it.
It comes after MPs backed controversial plans to build a third runway at London's Heathrow airport.
London Luton Airport wants to increase passenger numbers from 16 million a year to 38 million by 2050. The options include the building of a second terminal.
The 10 week consultation includes a series of events where people can see the plans and speak to the project team. A final decision due in 2021.
- Watch a report on Luton airport expansion by Liz Summers
Two people have died and another five have been seriously injured following a crash between a lorry and a bus on the A47 in Cambridgeshire.Read the full story ›
There have been fresh calls from the Labour party for the rail network to be re-nationalised as the East East mainline through Stevenage and Peterborough came back under government control.
Stagecoach and Virgin agreed to pay £3.3 billion to run the franchise until 2023 but the contract was ended prematurely after they failed to hit revenue targets.
Now the line has been re-nationalised for the third time after successive private companies failed to keep the trains running.
The company now running the line is know as London North Eastern Railway (LNER) and will be run by the same managing director, David Horne.
Labour were campaigning at stations calling for the re-nationalisation of all the private rail operating companies.
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A month on from the biggest rail timetable shake-up in a generation and commuters say they are still facing delays and cancellations.Read the full story ›
A vehicle fire in the Holmesdale Tunnel on the M25 in Hertfordshire is causing long delays.
There are queues on the motorway because all traffic is being temporarily held on M25 anticlockwise between junction 26, theA121 for Waltham Abbey and junction 25 the A10 for Enfield.
There has been a furious reaction to cuts to free school transport in Suffolk. School buses currently cost the council £21 million a year.Read the full story ›
Charles Horton has resigned as chief executive of Govia Thameslink after weeks of disruption following the introduction of a new timetable.Read the full story ›
There are lengthy delays near Cambridge this morning after a lorry crashed into the central reservation of the A14.Read the full story ›