Part of the A14 in west Suffolk has reopened after being hit by four months of flooding disruptions. 

Millions of litres of water has been drained from the eastbound carriageway, between junction 37 and 38 near Newmarket, since it first flooded on February 22. 

One lane has remained closed to drivers since then as National Highways removed water from the site. 

The lane closures have now been liftedThe lane closures have now been lifted (Image: National Highways)

A spokesman for the authority confirmed on Thursday that a flood barrier has now been taken away, with all three lanes open to the public.