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Travel updates: Warning of delay on Brentwood to London Greater Anglia route

07:42 04 August 2014

Traffic affected drivers this morning (Stock picture: PA/Tim Ireland)

Traffic affected drivers this morning (Stock picture: PA/Tim Ireland)

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Read our updates on this morning’s road and rail disruption.

7.30am

A13 at Rainham, eastbound between Ferry Lane and A1306 London Road - slow traffic caused by lane closure following broken down lorry. (Cleared at 8.15am.)

M25 junction 27, anti-clockwise at M11 - slow traffic.

M25 clockwise at A282 - traffic queuing at QE2 Bridge.

A1112 Whalebone Lane South, Chadwell Heath - busy but moving both ways between A118 High Road and A124 Wood Lane.

8.30am

There are some delays to Abellio Greater Anglia train services into London.

The operator has tweeted: “Due to speed restrictions via Brentwood, trains via the station into London may be delayed up to 8 mins.”

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