More traffic issues were seen in the centre of High Wycombe as three temporary lights have been installed.

Heavy queues were noticeable along the Amersham Road in the morning of November 24 after two sets of lights were put in.

This is due to telephone and electrical repairs that need to be conducted.

They are due to last until November 29.

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Additionally, a temporary set of lights have been erected at the junction connecting Amersham Road to Totteridge Road, causing even more delays.

The last month has seen parts of High Wycombe, along with its surrounding areas such as Loudwater, Penn and Tylers Green be standstill due to several road closures and repair works.

One motorist, who was stuck in the early morning traffic along the Amersham and Totteridge Road, said: “I have only lived in the area for a couple of months and I cannot believe the amount of time I have wasted sitting in traffic.

“It’s appalling.

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“Why on earth would you have two sets of temp traffic lights along the same road next to the town’s train station at rush hour?

“I live five miles away from where I work and on a good day, it should take me about 10 minutes.

“Today [November 24], I did three miles in nearly half an hour.

“What is going on in High Wycombe?

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“I moved to the area to avoid the long queues from where I used to live.

“Things need to get better.”

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