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    M25

    M25 Hertfordshire, clockwise between A111 [M25 junction 24] and A10 [M25 junction 25]

    M25 Hertfordshire - One lane closed and slow traffic on M25 clockwise between J24, A111 (Potters Bar) and J25, A10 (Enfield), because of an accident involving two vans and two cars and recovery work.

    Updated 2 minutes ago
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    A2016

    A2016 Bronze Age Way Erith, both ways at B253 Picardy Manorway

    A2016 Greater London - A2016 Bronze Age Way in Erith closed and slow traffic in both directions at the B253 Picardy Manorway junction, because of an accident.

    Updated 4 minutes ago
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    A3

    A3 Newington Causeway Elephant And Castle, both ways at A201 New Kent Road

    A3 London - A3 Newington Causeway in Elephant And Castle partially blocked and slow traffic at Elephant And Castle Roundabout, because of an accident. On the roundabout.

    Updated 19 minutes ago
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    A10

    A10 Great Cambridge Road Enfield, northbound between A110 Southbury Road and M25 J25

    A10 Greater London - Very slow traffic earlier on A10 Great Cambridge Road northbound in Enfield between the A110 Southbury Road junction and Enfield.

    Cleared Updated 3 minutes ago

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Severe impact

These are incidents which have blocked or resulted in the closure of 'A' roads, restrictions or lane closures to the main carriageway of a motorway, or slip-road closures.

For public transport incidents, it indicates incidents which have caused significant delay or disruption to services affecting one or more public transport operators.

Medium impact

These are incidents which have blocked or resulted in the closure of 'B' or unclassified roads, restrictions or lane closures to 'A' roads. Speed restrictions, significantly abnormal traffic levels and minor works on motorways are also normally classified at this level.

For public transport incidents, it indicates incidents which are causing delay or disruption to services affecting one or more public transport operators.

Slight impact

These are incidents which have resulted in restrictions or lane closures on 'B' or significant unclassified roads. Abnormal traffic conditions on motorways and major trunk roads are also normally classified at this level.

For public transport incidents, it indicates incidents which are causing minor delay or disruption to services or flights.

Very slight impact

These are incidents which have resulted in the restrictions or lane closures on unclassified roads. Informational messages regarding normal traffic conditions on motorways and major trunk roads are also classified at this level.

For public transport incidents, it indicates informational messages regarding normal service at airports, or with ferry operators.

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