The Mayor of Bristol has taken steps to reduce the city's traffic woes by setting up a Task Group to tackle congestion on the roads.Read the full story ›
Lollipop men and women could soon be a thing of the past as Bristol City Council looks to make cuts.Read the full story ›
There's been traffic disruption in Bodmin after roadworks closed all three main roads into the town centre.Read the full story ›
The M32 will be closed between Junctions 1 and 2 between 8pm and 6am on July 26/27 and 27/28. Diversions are in place.Read the full story ›
Bristol's busiest road will be closed for a weekend in June.Read the full story ›
Traffic had been temporarily stopped as the lane was blocked on the M4 exit slip road.
Three vehicles have been involved in a collision blocking lanes on the roundabout.
Delays are likely with traffic already queuing back.
Much of the South West's main routes have been listed as "easter traffic hotspots" by the RAC. Drivers are being warned to plan ahead.Read the full story ›
While police are working to clear the stretch of road between J23 and J24 after the top of a tanker split and kerosene spilt onto the carriageway - we've been hearing from people stuck in the gridlock.
Richard Pennock took this video while stranded in the gridlock for more than 4 hours.
He saw people getting out of their cars and chatting to one another, some he spotted even exchanging numbers.
Max Bristow left his home in Cullompton at 08:30 this morning (6 January) to get on a flight back to university in America from Heathrow.
But after travelling for 30 minutes, he became stuck in traffic for over 3 hours.
Ian Le Sueur sent us these videos showing the slow moving traffic inching along the carriageways.
Delays are expected despite the reopening of the Southbound lanes.
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A failure in traffic light systems has caused traffic chaos for people heading home in Bristol.Read the full story ›
A burst water pipe has been causing massive traffic delays in Plymouth, with hundreds of commuters caught up in chaos on the roads this morning.
The flood waters flowing from Tavistock Road combined with a crash on the A38 reportedly left the Tamar Bridge at a standstill, with long delays throughout the city.
Police say congestion is still "very heavy", though starting to clear between Deep Lane and Leigham.
Water supplies in the Tavistock Road / PL6 5 area may be disrupted while South West Water carries out urgent repairs. The company does not know when these will finish, but will be posting updates here.