A20 Traffic Delays

Traffic delays for the A20 road in Southern England. Latest travel news from UK Traffic Delays. Live traffic flow information. Avoid congestion and plan a smarter route.

A20 Delays and Roadworks

    A20 Road Traffic Flow Map

    Traffic delay information supplied by Highways England. The latest A20 road traffic reports, roadworks and travel news for South East England. Our travel news is as up to date as possible but please do always check with local news sources and always allow plenty of time for your journey.

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    3 thoughts on “A20 Traffic Delays”

    1. The A20 around the Dover area, seems to be the most unreliable major road in the country?
      The number of times this road is shut, is ridiculous! This road was built to divert the port traffic, away from the town, like the A2/Jubilee way. The reason being that the B2011 Folkestone road, is unsuitable to take this traffic. Yet on a very regular basis, we the residents have to put up with these heavy loud vehicles, rolling past our homes even through the night.
      Why is this road so prone to closures? I understand that all roads need maintenance, but why is this road need so many closures? This seems to happen every few months, and as a result, many lorries use it as a cut through to the port, even though they don’t need to. Laughingly, there is a sign on the A20, stating “no port access on B2011”, then they get sent down it!
      It would be nice to believe that the money spent on building the A20 for the port, was an inept folly?

      1. I live on East cliff and was given no access home this night, I had to drive through a tiny gap and the wrong way up the a20.to access where I live? Why is there no local access?

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