Easter holiday traffic in Cornwall causing delays around county – live updates – Cornwall Live

Traffic is building up on roads across the county as hoards of tourists head towards the South West to enjoy a long weekend in our gorgeous corner of the country
As Easter bank holiday enters it's second day, hoards of tourists are still set to pack their cars and head towards the South West to enjoy a long weekend in our gorgeous corner of the country.
Despite most countries opening their borders to British tourists again, the staycation trend looks set to continue as the RAC predicts this weekend's traffic to be the busiest in eight years. Roads in and out of Cornwall, as well as main routes around the county are expected to see a huge influx of motorists, causing congestion, delays and possibly accidents.
Already today (April 16), traffic is building up on the roads around Cornwall, with travel monitoring website Inrix citing 'holiday traffic' as the cause of delays on the A30 in Hayle and Three Burrows.
Before heading out on your travels, check below for the latest updates on holiday traffic congestion and delays around Cornwall:

Slow traffic due to holiday traffic on A3074 Tregenna Place around B3306 Gabriel Street in St Ives.

Photos sent to CornwallLive show holiday traffic causing long delays and congestion on a hill near Notter Bridge in southeast Cornwall.
Inrix reports: "A39 – CARLAND CROSS – NORTHBOUND – CORNWALL. Queueing traffic due to holiday traffic on A39 Northbound at A30 (Carland Cross)."
Inrix reports: "A38 MILL ROAD – TIDEFORD – WESTBOUND – CORNWALL. Very slow traffic due to holiday traffic on A38 Mill Road Westbound before Church Road."
Inrix reports: "A30 – HAYLE – WESTBOUND – CORNWALL. Slow traffic due to holiday traffic on A30 Westbound before B3301 Carwin Rise (Loggans Moor roundabout)."
Inrix reports: "A30 – THREE BURROWS – EASTBOUND – CORNWALL. Delays due to holiday traffic on A30 Eastbound from A390 (Chiverton Cross roundabout, Three Burrows) to B3285 (Boxheater Junction, Zelah)."

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