Delays heading southbound at Tyne Tunnel after reports of broken-down lorry

Road users heading southbound on the A19 through the Tyne Tunnel should expect delays due to a broken-down lorry.

Friday, 4th February 2022, 11:00 am

Just before 10.15am on Friday, February 4, Tyne Tunnel staff reported on Twitter that a broken-down lorry in the southbound tunnel was causing delays.

It is reported that TT2 staff are in attendance at the scene, however traffic is beginning to build as traffic approaches the tunnel.

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A tweet from the Tyne Tunnel’s official account this morning said: “We have a broken down lorry in the Southbound Tunnel, TT2 staff are in attendance.

“Apologies for any delays. We will keep you updated with any further movements."

There are no reported problems on traffic heading northbound through the tunnel.

Road users can expect delays heading southbound through the Tyne Tunnel due to a broken down lorry.

More on this to follow.

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