A14 partially blocked after lorry crashes into barrier

Two lanes of the A14 Eastbound near Cambridgeshire[1] were closed after a crash in the early hours of Friday (July 5). The incident was reported to have taken place at around 2am.
A lorry collided with the central reservation, damaging the barrier and …

Lorry crash damages central reservation on A14 at Newmarket

A lorry crashed into the central reservation[1], near Newmarket, at about 3am on Friday. 
The photographs shows the central reservation has been badly damaged and recovery vehicles are at the scene. 
Two of three eastbound lanes remain closed[2] betwee…

Crash between lorry and car leaves lane closed on major route

A crash between a lorry and a car on the A14[1], northeast of Cambridge[2], left one lane closed earlier this afternoon (June 3). The incident between Nine Mile Hill and Newmarket[3] happened at approximately 1.30pm.
A Cambridgeshire Police[4] spokespe…

Hunt for lorry driver after Newmarket Road crash in Norwich

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We knew when he won the Grand National it would be tight, writes Tony Stafford. The differential between Willie Mullins, devouring his first (of many, no doubt) UK trainers’ titles and runner-up Dan Skelton, was in the end just the £344,717, more than …

Cambridgeshire traffic and travel alerts on road and rail

North Street – Burwell
The road will be closed both ways to all motor vehicles between February 8 – March 4 between the hours of 9:30am – 3:30pm daily (weekdays only) for works.
Greville Road – Cambridge
The road will be closed both ways to all motor v…

The stories behind Cambridgeshire’s most notable lost railways

Over the years Cambridgeshire has been left with plenty of disused railway stations. These spots may be easy to miss now, but the rumble of trains leaving and the chatter of commuters congregating would have been unavoidable in years gone by.