Temporary Road Closure: Wells Road and Panborough, Wedmore affecting service 67

Temporary Road Closure: Wells Road and Panborough, Wedmore affecting service 67

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As you may be aware, there is an upcoming road closure at Panborough (details below) which will unfortunately affect Service 67 for the duration.  Mendip Community Transport (MCT) will be terminating at Wookey, as there isn’t a viable alternative route around the closure. 

Between the 18th and 29th January, there will not be a connecting service in Wedmore.  This will also affect the Saturday service on the 23rd January.  MCT will put up notices on the bus, so passengers are aware.  If any key workers are affected, we will arrange alternative transport during the closure. 

Temporary Road Closure: ttro401371SE -TSC – Wells Road and Panborough, Wedmore

Please be aware that we have received notification of a temporary road closure at Wells Road and Panborough, Wedmore

This will commence on 18th January 2021 and is expected to last until 29th January 2021 (00:00 – 23:59).

These works are for Truespeed Communications Ltd to carry out overhead cabling and to install duct and fibre network works, their works reference is TP001TDD-ZWAIAC.

The contractor has indicated that access for Emergency Services through the site  is permitted  on this occasion.

For any further information about this closure please contact  Truespeed Communications Ltd on (01225) 300370 quoting reference: ttro401371SE -TSC – Wells Road or TP001TDD-ZWAIAC.

A map of the affected area (in red), together with the recommended diversion route (in purple) is shown below, along with the link to One.Network.
https://one.network/?tm=118924220

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