Disruptions to your journey by car across North Somerset 

Some of the disruptions that could delay your travel in North Somerset from July 19.

Some of the disruptions that could delay your travel in North Somerset from July 19. - Credit: Image by Ulrike Leone from Pixabay

Here is a round-up of some of the disruptions that could delay your travel this upcoming week, from August 2.    

Weston    

Commercial Way will see a road closure in force from August 1 at 9pm until August 2 at 5am, while North Somerset Council roadworks to repair sections of carriageway take place. 

Locking Road will be prone to delays due to give-and-take traffic control next week. Delays are expected to last until August 6 at 11.59pm while CityFibre Metro Network roadworks take place.    

Locking Road will see a road closure in place from August 2 at 8pm until August 4 at 6am while North Somerset Council carriageway resurfacing works take place. 

In Upper Bristol Road, Openreach roadworks are scheduled on August 2, which may cause delays as stop-and-go traffic control boards will be in place.       
 
Clevedon   

Kenn Road will be prone to delays due to two-way signals traffic control next week. Delays are expected to last on August 2 from 9.30am-3.30pm, while North Somerset Council roadworks take place.  

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Portishead    

The Portbury Hundred will be prone to delays due to two-way signals traffic control next week. Delays are expected from August 2-10, while National Grid Company roadworks take place.  

Long Ashton  

The A370 Long Ashton bypass will see a road closure in place for five nights from August 2 between 8pm-6am nightly. The North Somerset Council closure is in place to replace road studs and lining refreshment. 

Congresbury  

Paul’s Causeway will see will be prone to delays due to give-and-take traffic control signals next week. Delays are expected to last until August 2 at 11.59pm, while Bristol Water roadworks take place. 

Sandford 

Greenhill Road will be prone to delays due to multi-way signals traffic control next week. Delays are expected to last until September 3 at 11.59, while Wales and West Utilities roadworks take place. 

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