From Monday 23rd April there will be two way signals in place on Severn Road north of Chittening Road in connection with an oil pipeline. The signals will be taken up and down each day for up to a week. Traffic management will not be in place until 09.00 to minimise the impact of the morning
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A gas generating station is being developed at Rockingham. To support this development: a contractor (CM Utilities) is laying a gas main from Kings Weston Lane to Rockingham via the A403. a contractor (Western Power Distribution) is taking electricity cables from the sub station at Avonmouth Way, up Kings Weston Lane, Merebank Road and Poplar Way
Bristol Water and Western Power Distribution will be undertaking work for Clugston, the contractors for the Viridor plant, on Severn Road. We understand this work will commence once the Rockingham work has been completed and will take a couple of months. We will endeavour to keep you posted.
Interested in Electric Vehicles? Have your say on the future of West of England’s electric vehicle charging network. More here. It’s time to switch to an electric car … and they’re fun to drive. Go Ultra Low
Cenex and the Energy Saving Trust have been procured by Bristol City Council to garner people’s views in a major regional study of electric vehicle charging. A major public market research initiative has been launched to help inform the future development of the West of England region’s chargepoint network for electric vehicles. The organisations
2nd March 07:00 Update – The SevernNet Buzz has been withdrawn today because of dangerous driving conditions. We are sorry the inconvenience this causes. We will provide an update if the situation changes. Please check Wessex Bus Twitter feed for updates. 1st March 21:00 Update – All services are definitely suspended until 06:00 tomorrow morning when conditions will be
The Travel to Work Survey is an annual snapshot of travel across the SevernNet area … and the West of England. It’s important that as many businesses as possible from across this area sign up to participate. The results help inform investment in travel across the area. We would be very grateful if
There is increasing concern about the congestion on Avonmouth Way. If this is of interest, please join us for a discussion at Nisbets Canteen, Fourth Way on Weds 30th August at 15:00. We will be joined by representatives from Bristol City Council including Cllr. Mhairi Threlfall, Cabinet Member for Transport and one of
The next Transport Forum will be on 17th May 2017. This is a valuable and informative platform bringing stakeholders together to discuss local transport challenges and opportunities. If you’re interested in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service extension to Central Park and Western Approach Shirehampton and Lawrence Weston no longer directly served With effect from Monday 15th May the SevernNet Flyer will be operating to a new timetable with a number of changes to the route. The SevernNet Flyer was established as a pilot service (as part of the SevernNet