12:00PM, Monday 17 August 2015
The busiest rush-hour A-roads in Windsor and Maidenhead have been revealed in quarterly statistics from the Department for Transport.
The experimental Government statistics reveal the average speed of traffic along the busy roads during the morning peak of 7am-10am, with data stretching back to 2007.
The latest figures for June, which cover the majority of A-roads in the area, show a car travelling eastbound along the A4 averaged 23.7 mph, but westbound drivers can expect to hit the lofty heights of 23.8 mph.
The A308 had an average of 24.7 mph eastbound, while a northbound trip up the A4094 stood at 22 mph - the lowest in the Royal Borough.
The A4130 eastbound had the highest average speed with 38.3 mph.
The A404 was covered by figures for Buckinghamshire, with westbound drivers trundling along at an average of 20.3 mph.
The average rush-hour speed on A-roads across England was 23.8mph.
Check out the map below to find out the average rush-hour speed for your commute.
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