Emergency closures and information
Travel and roads
The Met Office have issued a yellow warning for ice, covering North Somerset, from 7pm Monday 19 March until 9am on Tuesday 20 March.
Our gritters, crews and officers continue to work around the clock, treating priority routes.
Please take care and allow extra time for your journeys if you’re travelling today, and drive appropriately for the conditions.
You can view our gritting routes by visiting our salting the roads page.
We have crews available to attend to emergencies and they are able to carry out some salting/gritting by hand. We’ll prioritise these based on the risk to road users but will attend as many as we can. Please report any road salting problems or issues with grit bins online, using the link.
report a road salting or grit bin problem
Service update (Monday 19 March 2018):
Carmel Coaches Bristol will operate 88 this morning but not via Walton Bay, Pembroke Road or South Road until the route has been fully assessed.
Citistar will operate service 4/4A/4C as normal but may have to stick to the main road in Hutton if roads are icy.
Crosville Motor Services 100 will operate as normal but service 106 will not operate unless conditions improve.
First West of England are operating all services with a few diversions in place.
Rail services across the country have been affected by the weather conditions. Check the national rail website to see if you operator is affected.
The Department for Transport have worked with the Met Office and other government departments to produce advice on how to prepare for a journey in the winter as well as driving and cycling in severe weather. Visit their website to find out more.
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