The latest tweets from our Travelwest and metrobus accounts.
Whiteladies Rd near Redland Hill is fully reopened following earlier RTC, traffic is slowly recovering from the delays caused by the lane blockage. #twTraffic #Bristol AC
An RTC on Whiteladies Rd near Redland Hill is currently blocking a lane of traffic inbound and has left debris and oil on the road. Expect delays and approach with caution. Avoid the area if possible. #twTraffic #Bristol SB
Lyde Green - m3/m3x Monday 8th March The stop at Lyde Green Park & Ride has now re-opened. The roadworks have now moved further along the road, and so the temporary stop that was being used has been taken back out of use.
RT @brunelsbridge: A reminder for this morning! Traffic lights will be in operation by the Clifton Toilets on Mon 8th March from 9:30-15:30…
Chew Stoke Church School has become the second school in Bath and North East Somerset to achieve a gold national award for promoting walking, cycling and sustainable travel. 👉 https://t.co/prMJJkfq7L
If you’ve been walking or cycling more with your family during lockdown, why not leave the car at home & try walking, cycling or scooting to school? Help reduce traffic jams, air pollution and stress levels 💚 For tips, routes & advice: https://t.co/HI6CKNCMIP #JoyInTheJourney https://t.co/qj2bGh5m95
Brunel Way A370 northbound between Jessops Underpass to the Plimsoll Bridge is fully repoened following the earlier lane reduction. #twTraffic #Bristol AC
Bristol City Council has agreed its final proposals for a Clean Air Zone (CAZ). This is a health intervention to help tackle the problem of air pollution in the city. 👉 https://t.co/AYfvlISFgY
Brunel Way A370 northbound between Jessops Underpass to the Plimsoll Bridge is reduced to 1 lane due to road works, expect delays and plan ahead. #twTraffic #Bristol AC
Proposed schemes to improve walking and cycling routes in Bath using £500k of government funding to encourage more active travel on routes with high bus patronage are the subject of an online event on Thursday (March 4). 👉 https://t.co/crjPADcLxq