One lane closed and there is queueing traffic because of an overturned car on the M48 Severn Bridge Eastbound between J2 (Chepstow) and J1 (Aust).
Lane two is closed. All lanes were blocked after the accident but one lane has been reopened to allow traffic past the accident scene.
Firefighters and police are at the scene
One lane is closed and there is a speed limit of 40mph in both directions on the M48 Severn Bridge because of strong winds.
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Strong winds mean one lane is closed on the M48 Severn Bridge both ways between J1 (Aust) and J2 (Chepstow).
There is a 40mph speed limit.
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The Severn Bridge was closed as strong winds swept across parts of Wales.
It is still closed Eastbound but is open for small vehicles only Westbound.
The diverted traffic means traffic is heavier than normal on the M4 Eastbound between J24(Coldra) and J23 the M48.
One lane is closed both ways and there is a 40mph speed limit on the Severn Bridge because of strong winds.
There are restrictions on the M48 Severn Bridge in both directions between J1 (Aust) and J2 (Chepstow).
Traffic is coming off the motorway, around the roundabout and back onto the carriageway.
These are regular restrictions in case the bridge needs to be closed quickly because of the wind.
One lane is closed because of strong winds on the M48 Severn Bridge between J1 (Aust) and J2 (Chepstow).
There is a speed limit of 40 mph.
The bridge which took three and half years to complete was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II on September 8th 1966.Read the full story ›