Disruptions to your journey by car across North Somerset
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Here is a round-up of some of the disruptions that could delay your travel this upcoming week, from July 12.
Moor Lane will be prone to delays due to multi-way signal traffic control next week. Delays are expected to last until July 16 while CityFibre roadworks take place.
In Oldmixon Crescent, Wales & West Utilities roadworks are scheduled to end on July 13, which may cause delays as a give-and-take traffic control system is in place.
Knightcott Road will be prone to delays due to two-way signals traffic control next week. Delays are expected to last until July 14 while Openreach roadworks take place.
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The Portbury Hundred will be prone to delays due to two-way signals traffic control for one day next week. Delays are expected on July 14 from 9.30am-3.30pm while North Somerset Council roadworks take place.
Caswell Lane, in Clapton-in-Gordano, will see a road closure in place from July 12-13 for Bristol Water roadworks. The works are to install hydrant and chamber and emergency access will be maintained at all times.
Station Road will be prone to delays due to two-way signals traffic control next week. Delays are expected to last from July 14-15 while Bristol Water roadworks take place.
In West Town Road, R C Landscapes roadworks continue and are scheduled to end on July 19 at 3.30pm, which may cause delays as a two-way lights traffic control system is in place.
Washing Pound Lane in Tickenham sees a road closure in place until July 16 for National Grid Company roadworks to continue. The works are to remove a bell-mouth opening in a verge and emergency access will be maintained at all times.