Bank Holiday getaway traffic causes delays in Bicester and Wolvercote

Oxford Mail: Bank Holiday getaway traffic causes delays in Bicester and Wolvercote Bank Holiday getaway traffic causes delays in Bicester and Wolvercote

TRAFFIC is building on the A41 Southbound in Bicester and the A34 Western By-Pass Road in Wolvercote.

Drivers are facing delays and there is large volume of traffic as drivers head out for the Bank Holiday weekend.

There are delays on the A41 between B4030 Oxford Road in Bicester and Junction 9 of the M40.

There is also heavy traffic on the A34 Western By-Pass between A44 Woodstock Road and B430 Weston-on-The-Green.

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