There are delays of up to an hour after accident on the M3 northbound

Motorway delays after accident

Motorway delays after accident

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MOTORISTS are enduring long delays on a Hampshire motorway after a two-vehicle accident.

Two lanes of the M3 northbound are currently closed between Junctions 12 and 11.

A Mini and another vehicle were involved in the collision, and firefighters have been called to the scene after a suspected fuel leak.

Police say no-one was injured in the incident.

All lanes have been re-opened but there are delays of around 45 minutes.

 

 

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12:22pm Wed 21 May 14

one in a million says...

Is this news?

What would be news would be some details on how those with responsibility for our road system are going to solve the gridlock that our roads experience every day (add an accident it is chaos!) and how they are preparing for the surge in peak time traffic created by the insane building projects being touted by incompetent councils!
Is this news? What would be news would be some details on how those with responsibility for our road system are going to solve the gridlock that our roads experience every day (add an accident it is chaos!) and how they are preparing for the surge in peak time traffic created by the insane building projects being touted by incompetent councils! one in a million
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1:23pm Wed 21 May 14

manic75 says...

one in a million wrote:
Is this news? What would be news would be some details on how those with responsibility for our road system are going to solve the gridlock that our roads experience every day (add an accident it is chaos!) and how they are preparing for the surge in peak time traffic created by the insane building projects being touted by incompetent councils!
Don't worry, I'm sure a cyclist will be along soon to offer a solution:). They're always so vocal on this forum, and I so do enjoy reading their posts - full of gusto and imagination. I suspect their imagination is fuelled by some wacky baccy along the way:)
[quote][p][bold]one in a million[/bold] wrote: Is this news? What would be news would be some details on how those with responsibility for our road system are going to solve the gridlock that our roads experience every day (add an accident it is chaos!) and how they are preparing for the surge in peak time traffic created by the insane building projects being touted by incompetent councils![/p][/quote]Don't worry, I'm sure a cyclist will be along soon to offer a solution:). They're always so vocal on this forum, and I so do enjoy reading their posts - full of gusto and imagination. I suspect their imagination is fuelled by some wacky baccy along the way:) manic75
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9:56am Thu 22 May 14

camerajuan says...

manic75 wrote:
one in a million wrote:
Is this news? What would be news would be some details on how those with responsibility for our road system are going to solve the gridlock that our roads experience every day (add an accident it is chaos!) and how they are preparing for the surge in peak time traffic created by the insane building projects being touted by incompetent councils!
Don't worry, I'm sure a cyclist will be along soon to offer a solution:). They're always so vocal on this forum, and I so do enjoy reading their posts - full of gusto and imagination. I suspect their imagination is fuelled by some wacky baccy along the way:)
If you know so much about this I'd expect a solution.

Any thoughts? Why does there seem to be a crash/accident on the same road every day? Is it bad driving or is the fault of the road?
[quote][p][bold]manic75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]one in a million[/bold] wrote: Is this news? What would be news would be some details on how those with responsibility for our road system are going to solve the gridlock that our roads experience every day (add an accident it is chaos!) and how they are preparing for the surge in peak time traffic created by the insane building projects being touted by incompetent councils![/p][/quote]Don't worry, I'm sure a cyclist will be along soon to offer a solution:). They're always so vocal on this forum, and I so do enjoy reading their posts - full of gusto and imagination. I suspect their imagination is fuelled by some wacky baccy along the way:)[/p][/quote]If you know so much about this I'd expect a solution. Any thoughts? Why does there seem to be a crash/accident on the same road every day? Is it bad driving or is the fault of the road? camerajuan
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