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The following traffic incidents and congestion for M275 have been reported by Highways England, Traffic Scotland, Traffic Wales or Transport for London (TfL) in the last two hours:


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M275 Roadworks

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M275

The M275 is a motorway that runs approximately 5.5 miles through the English city of Portsmouth. It is a dual three-lane route, and is one of the main routes into the city. The M275 was opened in 1995, and was built to relieve congestion from the A27 and A2030, two of the main routes into Portsmouth.

The M275 has an excellent safety record, with only a few minor collisions reported in the twenty years since it opened. The British Department for Transportís statistics show that between 2005 and 2009, there were no fatalities on the M275, and only 18 reported collisions with slight injuries. The total casualties sustained in these mishaps included 22 slight injuries and no serious or fatal ones. This compares very favourably with the national figures, which show a 14 percent reduction in fatalities on motorways between 1995 and 2011.


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LEGAL NOTICE

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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