Travel disruptions – January 2022

Travel disruptions – January 2022

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Here are some of the road closures and traffic controls that could delay your travel this upcoming month, from January 4-31, in Burnham-on-Sea and Highbridge.

Burnham-on-Sea

Berrow Road sees a road closure in force from today (January 4) until February 11 while Wessex Water sewer repairs and renovation works take place. This affects the junction to Brent Road – junction to Golf Links Road. The road closure is diverting traffic via East Brent.  

Manor Road will be prone to delays due to two-way signals traffic control from January 10 at 8am until January 21 at 23.59pm, while Wales and West Utilities roadworks take place.

The Esplanade will see two-way signals traffic control in place from January 31 at 8am until February 11 at 23.59pm while Wales & West Utilities roadworks take place.

George Street will see a road closure in force from January 31 at 8am until March 11 at 23.59pm while Wales and West Utilities roadworks take place.

Highbridge

Burnham Road will see a road closure in place from January 30 until February 4 for Somerset County Council resurfacing works.

Bristol Road will be prone to delays due to multi-way signals traffic control from January 11 from 8am until January 14 at 23.59pm, while Wales and West Utilities roadworks take place.

Church Street will see multi-way signals traffic control in place on January 11 while Wessex Water roadworks take place.

Worston Road will see a road closure in place from January 17-28, while Avonline Networks to carry out trenching, ducting and cabling works. To contact Virgin Media for more information about roadworks

For more information

To contact Wales & West Utilities, visit Twitter https://twitter.com/WWUtilities or Facebook.com/wwutilities or freephone 0800 912 2999.

To find out more about the Somerset County Council road closures or to contact the unitary authority, visit Travel Somerset – Travel news for Somerset

For more information about road works and traffic updates by Wessex Water and Virgin Media, visit the Travel Somerset link above.

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