TRAVEL: Brayford Way bridge in Lincoln cleared after car smashes into barriers
UPDATE 5.15pm: A bridge blocked earlier by a car which smashed into metal barriers on Brayford Way bridge has now been cleared.
UPDATE 4pm: Police are directing traffic around the scene of the crash, one lane at a time. Queues are forming.
UPDATE 3pm: A crash has slowed traffic along the university bridge over the Brayford in Lincoln.
The roads across Lincolnshire appear to be running fairly clear this morning
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Traffic seems to be flowing smoothly through the county, with no incidents reported.
However travel routes and train services are expected to be busy ahead of Lincoln City’s away game with Nuneaton Town.
Reports suggest 600 Imps fans may travel to the game today.
East Midlands train services appear to be running as normal, with no delays around Lincolnshire.
Meanwhile, some roadworks are in place which may cause delays on the roads.
Works continue at Newark Road, at the Hykeham Road junction.
The work means motorists are banned from turning right into and out of Hykeham Road and Rookery Lane.
We will keep this article updated throughout the day.