A man who frequently passes through Junction 20 of the Paston Parkway has aired his frustrations at the continuing delays to his journey times. Roger Spicer, whose work in mortgage arrears requires to him to drive tens of thousands of miles during the year, said he was still getting stuck in traffic jams two months after roadworks had begun at the junction. His comments echo those made by motorists in July when the works begun, with one telling the Peterborough Telegraph about a “horrendous traffic jam” on the A47 from Thorney at the A16 junction. Back then, a Peterborough City Council spokesperson said: “We appreciate that the roadworks are causing delays for motorists, however we expect this to reduce in the coming days once people begin to use alternative routes.” Mr Spicer said a recent journey back to his home in South Bretton from Wisbech had taken an hour and a half instead of the 45 minutes it normally takes him. He added: “I travel about 30-40,000 miles a year from where I live in South Bretton, and there has never been any major problem at Junction 20. “Where I live in South Bretton, if you go to Wisbech, Spalding or Skegness you have to go past that Junction 20. “The other morning the queue was one and a half miles and there’s no work being carried out. “The inconvenience to residents is not worthwhile. “If you ask anyone if there was a hold up to Junction 20, I bet you would not find anyone that would say there was. “This is going to go on for ages and ages and it should have been stopped a long time ago.” The works, due to continue until Spring 2017, will see the number of lanes approaching and on the roundabout increase from two to three in both directions. They will also include the installation of LED street lighting and carriageway resurfacing with a reduced noise surface material.