A12 Travel News

Live traffic delays for the A12 road in the East of England. Latest travel news obtained under license from Highways England and TfL. Avoid A12 roadworks and travel incidents.

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Northbound A12 Roadworks and Delays

Southbound A12 Roadworks and Delays

  • A12 southbound within the M25 junction | Southbound | Road Works | Greater London Authority

    Location : The A12 southbound between the A1023 and the junction with the M25 . Lane Closures : Lane two will be closed. Reason : Roadworks are planned. Status : Pending. Schedule : From 21:00 on 18 October 2019 to 05:00 on 19 October 2019. Lanes Closed : There will be one of two lanes closed.
    Greater London Authority A12 Live Travel Updates
    Fri, 18 Oct 2019 08:10:23 GMT
  • A12 southbound exit for M25 | Southbound | Road Works | Greater London Authority

    Location : The A12 southbound exit slip to the M25 . Reason : Emergency roadworks are planned. Status : Pending. Schedule : Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 21 October 2019 to 24 October 2019. Lanes Closed : All lanes will be closed.
    Greater London Authority A12 Live Travel Updates
    Fri, 18 Oct 2019 08:10:23 GMT

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Traffic delay information supplied by UK Traffic Delays. The latest A12 traffic reports, roadworks and travel news for the East of England.

Our Essex and Suffolk travel news is as up to date as possible but please do always check with local radio news sources and always allow plenty of time for your journey.

How Long is The A12 Road?

The A12 is 129 miles in length and passes through the following English counties; Greater London, Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk.

Which Major Towns and Cities Are Near The A12 Road?

Major UK destinations close to the A12 are as follows; Stratford, Romford, Chelmsford, Colchester, Ipswich and Lowestoft.

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5 thoughts on “A12 Travel News”

  1. Last night the A12 closure was diabolical Bob Turner is wright the signs are very bad all you do is ride around in circles get this sorted I got lost last night
    and a man and his wife got me out of trouble this is a disgrace put 1 hour on my trip to Romford

  2. The diversion signage for the a12 closure are diabolical. Do not close the road again till you sort it. Following signs sends you up & down the A!2 on a continuous loop.The signs are too small are above the height of headlamps & do not include sensible information like :Southbound!!1 or Chelmsford. Sort it,

      1. Gordon H Comstock

        Haha good reply! I was led a merry dance last night by the A12 closure and it took me nearly two hours to get home instead of the usual 40. Still, at least I had a tour of ‘North Essex by Moonlight’ and discovered several pretty villages (well they looked pretty in the dark) which I had never heard of before. I’ve given up following the ‘diversion’ signs because, as your reader above points out, these just send you round on a wild goose chase.

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