Search

TRAFFIC: Queues at Tower Bridge, Limehouse Link, Blackwall Tunnel, Woolwich Ferry

07:40 12 March 2014

Rush Hour commuter traffic has been heavy this morning in east London at Tower Hill, Limehouse, Blackwall Tunnel and the Woolwich Ferry.

The A3211 at The Mineries by Tower Hill was partially blocked by a broken down lorry causing queues.

The A1203 Limehouse Link tunnel was slow going from the A1261 Aspen Way heading west into the City towards Tower Bridge.

The A1261 West India Dock Road and A101 Rotherhithe Tunnel has also had queues heading to the A13 Commercial Road westbound. So, too, has the A102 Blackwall Tunnel approach from Greenwich heading north.

A burst water main on the A12 Bow Flyover underpass has added to motorists’ problems, affecting the southbound slip-road from the A11 roundabout.

The Woolwich Ferry was down to one ferry running because of technical problems, affecting traffic both sides of the Thames on the North Circular and South Circular routes.

0 comments

Latest News Stories

Yesterday, 17:13
Chris Facey was presented with the trophy by Princess Anne Picture: Jeff Holmes

A basketball coach who works with a charity steering young people away from crime has been crowned the best in the country.

Newham All Star Sports Academy
Yesterday, 17:05
Michelle has been feeding and looking after the abandoned cats but now she has got to find them homes (photo: Arnaud Stephenson)

Seven young cats, seemingly abandoned by their owner, are in need of rehoming.

Yesterday, 16:36
Reebok International has announced a partnership with Fight for Peace

Global brand Reebok International has announced a partnership with a project that uses martial arts and boxing to steer young people away from crime and violence.

United Kingdom
Yesterday, 12:42
The 16-day action campaign aims to end violence against women

Councillors across Newham are backing a 16-day campaign of action to end violence against women.

Newham council

Most read news

Eddie said that despite being sexually attracted to children, he’s never committed a crime and that there’s many more like him.

PM speaks out after Lee Rigby report is made public calling one internet firm a ‘safe haven’.

Social network named in media reports as the platform used by extremists and criticised in government report.

The security services were not in a position to stop the attack on Lee Rigby, but an internet firm might have been able to help foil the plot.

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Newham Recorder e-edition today E-edition