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  • A90 B979 Garron Point - Newtonhill - Closure
    The A90 is currently closed northbound one half mile north of Muchalls. This is due to a road traffic incident. Motorists are advised to use the signed diversion and should allow extra time for their journey.
  • M8 J19(E) - J18 Charing Cross - Closure
    The M8 Eastbound is closed at Junction 19 (Anderston) for overnight roadworks.
  • A82 Renton - Milton - Closure
    The A82 is closed Southbound between Strowan's Mill Road and Barnhill Road for overnight roadworks
  • A985 Kincardine Bridge - Closure
    The A985 is closed in both directions on the Kincardine Bridge to allow for essential overnight roadworks. Motorists are advised to use the available signed diversion route and should allow extra time for their journey.
  • Scottish Borders - Surface water
    Drivers are advised to use caution due to surface water affecting driving conditions on the A74(M) junction 15 through to junction 21.
  • M6 - GeneralObstruction
    TYPE : GDP Location : The M6 northbound between junctions J41 and J42 Reason : Vehicle tyre change Status : Cleared
  • A1 - GeneralObstruction
    TYPE : GDP Location : The A1 southbound Lane Closures : Lane one is closed Reason : Vehicle tyre change Status : Currently Active Time To Clear : The event is expected to clear between 16:15 and 16:30 on 14 March 2017 Return To Normal : Normal traffic conditions are expected between 16:00 and 16:15 on 14 March 2017 Lanes Closed : There is one of two lanes closed Previous Reason : Following an earlier obstruction involving a broken down vehicle
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