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 July 19.  

Weston  

Locking Road will be prone to delays due to give-and-take traffic control next week. Delays are expected to last from July 19-21 while CityFibre Metro Network roadworks take place.  

In High Street, CityFibre Metro Network roadworks are scheduled from July 19-21, which may cause delays as a give-and-take traffic control system is in place.     

Portishead  

Clevedon Road will be prone to delays due to multi-way signals traffic control next week. Delays are expected until July 20 at 3.30pm while North Somerset Council roadworks take place. 

In Clapton Lane, Bristol Water roadworks continue and are scheduled to end on July 20, which may cause delays as a priority-working traffic control system is in place.     

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Nailsea  

The High Street will be prone to delays due to a continued lane closure in place until the latter end of next week. Delays are expected to last until July 22 while Western Power Distribution roadworks take place. 

Backwell  

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.     

Yatton  

Henley Park will be prone to delays due to multi-way signals traffic control next week. Delays are expected from July 19-21 from 8am-5pm each day while North Somerset Council carriageway resurfacing roadworks take place. 

In Claverham Road, North Somerset Council roadworks start from July 19 at 9.30am and are scheduled to end on July 21 at 3.30pm, which may cause delays as a two-way lights traffic control system is in place. 

Congresbury  

Weston Road will be prone to delays due to stop/go boards traffic control next week. Delays are expected from July 19-23 while National Grid Company roadworks take place. 

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