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Horningsea Road and Ditton Lane - Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire
Horningsea Road and Ditton Lane busy but moving between A14 J34 and Newmarket Road.
The Fen Causeway - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Heavy traffic on The Fen Causeway between Trumpington Road and Newnham Road.
Queen's Road (The Backs) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Usual congestion on Queen's Road (The Backs) between Madingley Road and The Fen Causeway.
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