Bath & North East Somerset Council is responsible for the maintenance of some 1150km of adopted highway within its boundaries as well as developing the network to improve safety, accessibility, and ease congestion. In addition, it has to accommodate works by utility companies.
To help make our communities and road users more aware of potential disruption the council issues fortnightly lists of scheduled works. The list is regularly updated.
You can also follow us @BATHNESHighways and @bathnes on Twitter for notices and alerts or visit www.roadworks.org to see details of planned works near you.
Please note that information on third-party works is provided by outside sources and reproduced here to the best of our knowledge.
|A3062 Ralph Allen drive||Ongoing until 14 May||Repair works
Occasional use of temporary signals for site access to Prior Park
|A37, Temple Cloud||25 Feb to 26 Feb||Utility works
Temporary signals with manual control for ducting works by Truespeed
|A37, Hursley Hill||28 Feb to 4 March||Utility works
Temporary off peak signals for ducting works by Truespeed
|A367 Wellsway, Odd Down||24 Feb to 6 March||Utility works
Temporary signals with manual control (weekend working) for repair works by Wessex Water
Councillor Joanna Wright, joint cabinet member for Transport Services, said: “We know roadworks can cause disruption but are necessary for the maintenance of the network as well as for essential utility works to be carried out and we thank you for your patience when these are underway.
“We want to ensure that people know about the works in time and details of planned roadworks can always be found at www.roadworks.org. To inform people further, our fortnightly list highlights the more significant schemes that will impact on road users. I am also encouraging people to follow @BATHNESHighways on Twitter for notices and alerts about roadworks.
“If more people are aware of planned works they can organise their trips to try and avoid unnecessary congestion, or choose to walk, cycle or use the bus instead which helps improve air quality, is better for the environment and eases the pressure on our road network.”