It’s Easter Monday and across the county, motorists are getting ready to fill Plymouth’s roads as they soak up what’s left of the bank holiday weekend. This live blog will provide you with all the latest travel and traffic updates of the day.

The weekend saw traffic chaos on county roads, and the RAC predicts traffic over the bank holiday weekend to be the busiest in eight years. The auto service company says an estimated 21.46 million drivers are expected to hit the roads over the four-day weekend and recommends leaving really early in the morning or late at night to avoid traffic. heavy traffic.

It seems they were right, as traffic chaos on Plymouth’s roads over the weekend caused long lines across the county. As the weather looks set to be another sunny day, the trend could continue as people make the most of what’s left of the long weekend in the sun.

Union Street was closed this morning following an altercation outside the Depo location. Officers are currently on duty and Plymouth Citybus 21 and 21A services have redirected their routes through Millbay and Martin Street to avoid the area.

When traffic starts to get heavy, PlymouthLive brings you the latest updates and road incidents

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