The A30 Okehampton is blocked because of a multi-vehicle accident between A386 Sourton Cross and A388 near Polson and Liftondown.
Devon and Cornwall Police are urging motorists to avoid the area as the road is currently blocked in both directions.
The A303 is blocked in both directions due to a collision between A358 and A30/A35 near Chard.
Emergency services are at the scene working. Take care on approach.
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The A30 Hayle Bypass in Cornwall is closed in both directions and there is queueing traffic due to an accident.
That's between Loggans Moor Roundabout and St Erth Roundabout.
All three emergency services responded to the crash. Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service says one appliance from Hayle and the Rescue Tender from Tolvaddon attended the incident.
It involved one vehicle and there were no persons trapped. Crews made the vehicle safe.
People in Cornwall are urged to have their say on the A30 Chiverton to Carland Cross improvement scheme.Read the full story ›
There are major delays on the main route in and out of Cornwall after a serious accident.
The A30 is closed in both directions between Chiverton Cross Roundabout and the Chybucca turn off following the crash involving a car and a lorry.
Police are directing traffic at the scene.
Eastbound traffic to exit the A30 near Chiverton and join the A3075 north towards Penhallow then east on the B3284 to rejoin the A30 at Chybucca.
Westbound traffic vice versa.
People are being given a chance to help decide improvements to the notorious A30 bottleneck in Somerset and DevonRead the full story ›
Work on one of the West Country's worst bottlenecks has reached a major milestone.Read the full story ›
Work officially starts to upgrade the A30 at Temple today. The 2.8 mile stretch between Temple and Higher Carblake will become a dual carriageway. The project will cost £60m and work is expected to be completed by 2017.