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A10 (GREAT CAMBRIDGE ROAD) Traffic

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The A10 is a major trunk road in England. It runs for about 166 miles (267 kilometers) from London to King's Lynn in Norfolk. It is one of the oldest roads in the country, with sections of it dating back to Roman times.

The A10 is primarily used as a corridor between the capital and the east of England, and is heavily used by commuters. It is also an important freight route and serves the cities of Cambridge and Ely.

In terms of safety, the A10 is considered to be relatively safe compared with other roads. In 2019, there were 3,612 accidents on the A10 involving 5,901 vehicles, resulting in 8 fatal accidents, 1,515 slight accidents, 1,458 serious accidents, and 40 serious injuries. This equates to an accident rate of 22.3 accidents per 10,000 vehicles on the A10. This is slightly below the UK national average for 2019 of 25.9 accidents per 10,000 vehicles.


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