Travel Alert: Delays on M11 near Harlow after collision
News / Tue 28th Mar 2023 at 03:59pm
1700 hrs: TWO lanes (of 3) are closed on the #M11 southbound between J7A and J7 #Harlow due to a collision.
There is around 5 miles of congestion on approach to the closure which is adding about an hour to normal journey times.
2 lanes (of 3) remain closed on the #M11 southbound between J7A and J7 #Harlow due to a collisionThere is around 8 miles of congestion on approach to the closure which is adding about 90 minutes to normal journey times pic.twitter.com/9wTnWKMglf— National Highways: East (@HighwaysEAST) March 28, 2023
2 lanes (of 3) remain closed on the #M11 southbound between J7A and J7 #Harlow due to a collisionThere is around 8 miles of congestion on approach to the closure which is adding about 90 minutes to normal journey times pic.twitter.com/9wTnWKMglf
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