The Norwegian Public Roads Administration says traffic delays should be expected during the Cold Response military exercise

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Road users should expect traffic delays due to military traffic in the coming months, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration warns.

“Military traffic and exercise activity can lead to delays in traffic in the affected areas in the coming weeks. We ask road users to be extra attentive,” Nils Karbø, department director for traffic management and emergency preparedness at the Norwegian Public Roads Administration, stated.

In March and April, more than 30,000 soldiers will come to Norway for the NATO exercise Cold Response.

In southeastern Norway, there will be most traffic at Rena, Elverum, Flisa, Sessvollmoen, and Jørstadmoen. In Central Norway, there will mainly be activity at Fosen and in the Stjørdal area. In Northern Norway, the activity will mainly take place between Nordkjosbotn and Narvik.

The Norwegian Public Roads Administration encourages road users and the general public to follow traffic information and information provided by the Armed Forces and other authorities about the military exercise activity.

“This is especially important for road users in the areas affected during the actual exercise. In general, we encourage road users to be extra attentive,” Karbø said.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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