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A112 Traffic

Waltham Abbey to Woolwich Ferry road

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a112 Roadworks

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The A112 is a relatively short A-road running from London to Chingford in Essex. It was originally classified in 1922 as a part of the A11 trunk road before being re-designated as the A112 in June of 1966. The A112 is a heavily used road and is typically one of the busiest in Essex and London.

The busiest time along the A112 is generally in the morning during rush hour as commuters travel to and from London. During this time the A112 can become fairly congested as commuters mix with heavier freight traffic.

In terms of overall safety, statistics show that there were 28 collisions recorded on the A112 in London in 2019, with 4 of those collisions resulting in serious injury or fatality. This is significantly lower than the average for London which is approximately 75 to 85 collisions per year.


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Please remember that it is against the law to use your mobile phone, tablet or any electronic device without a hands-free kit whilst driving. If you're caught by the police using any device that can send or receive data whilst driving or riding a motorcyle you'll get an automatic fixed penalty notice, 6 points on your licence and a fine of £200. A court could also disqualify you from driving.

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