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Traffic and travel conditions for the a54 15:57pm


There are no current incidents or roadworks on the a54. Drag the map to show traffic incidents in the surrounding area.


Traffic incidents

The following traffic incidents and congestion for a54 have been reported by Highways England, Traffic Scotland, Traffic Wales or Transport for London (TfL) in the last two hours:

There are no current incidents in this location.

a54 Roadworks

The following roadworks have been reported by various highways agencies and official transport sources. Click on a roadworks item to view more details on the traffic map.


The A54 is a major road in England, crossing through Cheshire and Derbyshire.

History: The A54 first opened in the early 1930s, connecting Congleton to Whaley Bridge. By the 1960s, this stretch was extended to Macclesfield.

Busiest Times: The A54 is one of the busiest roads in the area, with high levels of traffic throughout the day. During peak times, especially during the morning and evening rush hours, traffic along the A54 is heavy.

Traffic Flow: Traffic along the A54 flows quite smoothly, although peak times can become congested which can cause delays. During quiet periods traffic flows freely.

Safety Statistics: Over the past several years, there have been a decreasing number of accidents along the stretch of the A54 between Congleton to Macclesfield. The number of accidents in recent years has been lower than in previous years, due to improved safety measures such as speed cameras and improved road markings. However, this stretch of the A54 still has a higher than average rate of fatal accidents.

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