Disruptions to your journey by car across North Somerset next week

Some of the disruptions that could delay your travel in North Somerset from July 5.  

Some of the disruptions that could delay your travel in North Somerset from July 5. - 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 July 5.  

Weston  

Mead Vale, near Worle, will be prone to delays due to multi-way traffic control signals being in place next week. Delays are expected to last from July 5-7 while CityFibre roadworks take place. 

In Maltlands, CityFibre roadworks are scheduled to end on July 7, which may cause delays while multi-way signals traffic control are in place. 

New Bristol Road, in Worle, will be prone to delays due to multi-way traffic control signals being in place next week. Delays are expected to last until July 9 while CityFibre roadworks take place. 

In Moor Lane, Worle, CityFibre roadworks are scheduled to end on July 16, which may cause delays while multi-way signals traffic control is in place from July 5. 

Queensway, in Worle, will be prone to delays due to two-way traffic control signals being in place next week. Delays are expected to last until July 9 while Virgin Media roadworks take place.  

Most Read

Clevedon   

In Nortons Wood Lane, a road closure is in place from July 5 at 9.30am until July 9 at 3.30pm for Openreach tree cutting work to take place. Emergency access will be maintained at all times. 

Melbourne Terrace will see a road closure in place next week for carriageway and footway resurfacing. The closure is in force from Monday to Friday from 8am-5pm until July 9. Emergency access will be maintained at all times. 

Portishead   

Portishead High Street will be prone to delays due to multi-way traffic control signals being in place next week. Delays are expected to last from July 5-6 while Bristol Water roadworks take place. 

In Victoria Square, Bristol Water roadworks are scheduled to take place for two days from July 5-6, which may cause delays while multi-way traffic control signals are in place. 

Severn Road will be prone to delays due to multi-way traffic control signals being in place next week. Delays are expected to last from July 5-9 while Wales & West Utilities roadworks take place. 

Nailsea   

West End Lane will see a road closure in place next week for one day. The closure is expected to last until July 5 at 11.59pm while Bristol Water roadworks take place. 

Tickenham 

Washing Pound Lane will see a road closure in place next week. The closure is expected to last from July 5-16 while National Grid Company roadworks take place. 

Backwell  

Weston Town Road will be prone to delays due to two-way traffic control signals being in place next week. Delays are expected to last from July 5-July 19 while R C Landscapes roadworks take place. 

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter