Travel updates for Derby and Derbyshire
Update 12.14: Traffic is still slow-moving on St Alkmund's Way in Derby but otherwise the roads are mainly clear.
Update 10.35: Trent Barton has reported its Alfreton Rainbow 1 route is being affected by temporary traffic lights on its route.
Update: 10.06: Most rush hour traffic has now cleared.
Update 9.42: Traffic is still heave on roads into Derby because of Works on St Alkmund's way.
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This includes the A52 inbound at Pentagon Island and on St Alkmund's Way near the King Street junction.
Traffic has cleared on the A38 northbound and on Duffield Road.
Update 8.25am: There is slow traffic on Kedleston Road inbound in Derby at Five Lamps.
Traffic is heavier than usual on Sir Frank Whittle Road inbound in Derby between Little Eaton Island and Pentagon Island and on the A52 inbound in Derby at Pentagon Island.
There is currently slow traffic on the A38 northbound in Derby between Palm Court Island and Little Eaton Island.
Trains are running as normal.
Update 8am: There is currently slow traffic on the A52 Ashbourne Road inbound in Derby between the Prince Charles Avenue junction and Markeaton Island.
There is also slow traffic on A6 Duffield Road inbound in Darley Abbey between the Mile Ash Lane junction and the A601 St Alkmund's Way junction.
This is due to roadworks on St Alkmund's Way in Derby.
There are temporary signals in Littleover on Burton Road between Oldhead Road and Laawnheads Avenue.
Traffic is expected to build on St Alkmund's Way in Derby during rush hour.
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