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Traffic problems in Eastern Norway

Snowfall creates major traffic problems on Friday morning. At E6 there are long queues.

Large parts of Eastern Norway are characterized by traffic problems after the snow has settled down until Friday. Several smaller traffic accidents have characterized traffic, and the challenging driving conditions cause great delays.

On the E6 at Djupdalstoppen towards Oslo, traffic accidents have created long queues.

– A car has driven on a central part and a wagon truck is struggling to come up a hill, says traffic operator in the Vegtrafikksentralen, John Slinning, to Dagbladet .

He says there is a bit of disgust with snow and slush.

Check the weather where you live here .

You can follow the traffic picture at the Norwegian Public Roads Administration’s traffic center or NRK’s ​​twitter account for traffic .

More traffic accidents

There are also problems on the E6 at Rygge in the direction of Moss, writes VG , and on Rv 4 at Skillebekkthere has been a traffic accident between two cars. The accident did not lead to personal injuries, according to the twitter account of the operations center of Oslo police, and writes that the traffic flows smoothly.

There are also queues on Fv 165 in Røyken , writes NRK on Twitter .

The bus company Ruter in Oslo has also had problems in the morning hours, and several bus lines have been delayed – check deviations here .

– There have been several incidents in traffic today due to close snow conditions and difficult driving conditions. In general, for the whole of Oslo and Akershus, there are some delays, so follow the travel planner for up-to-date information for your route, says press guard in Ruter, Øystein Dahl Johansen to ABC News.

He says that the biggest problems are in Akershus, especially northern Romerike, while in the south of Oslo it seems to be well plowed and salted so that public transport is going smoothly.

At Bjølsen in Oslo there was a total stop in traffic when a bus had to be stored – see video at the top of the case.

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