Bus routes changed due to snow

PUBLISHED: 09:01 13 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:34 25 May 2010

BUS routes in and around North Somerset have been changed today (Wed) due to the snow.

BUS routes in and around North Somerset have been changed today (Wed) due to the snow.

Most services are running but some are not serving certain areas - so buses can stick to main routes which have been gritted and are free from ice.

The following list refers to First Bus:

Service 1 - Service suspended.

Service 3 - Normal service not serving Bournville estate, Walford Avenue or Mead Vale.

Service 5 - Normal service not serving Milton Area or Uphill Wharf.

Service 7 - Normal service not serving Oldmixon or Coronation estate, Severn Road/Severn Avenue or Wansborough Avenue.

Service 14 - Normal service not serving Locking Castle estate or Walford Avenue.

Service X1 - Normal service not serving Oldmixon or Coronation estate.

Service 121 - Main roads only not serving Locking Village, Wrington, Felton or Winford.

Service 354 - Normal service terminating at the Link Road in Nailsea.

Service X23 - Normal service terminating at the Link Road in Nailsea.

Service X7 - Normal service terminating at Six Ways in Clevedon.

Service X25 - Normal service not serving Holly Lane in Clevedon or Down Road area in Portishead.

Service 357 - Normal service not serving Marina.

Service 358/9 - Normal service not serving Pill, Sheepway, Brampton Way terminating in High Street.

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