Heavy traffic on the M5 following a lorry breaking down and spilling diesel earlier today. Drivers advised to allow extra time for journeys.Read the full story ›
Two lanes have been closed on the M5 southbound, between J23 for A39 Bridgwater North and J24 for A38 Bridgwater South, due to a broken down vehicle.
There are currently major traffic delays, also caused by an earlier accident near J25 for Taunton.
The A38 has also been blocked both ways at Haldon Hill, between B3344 for Harcombe Cross and the Chudleigh/Kingsteignton turn off, following another accident.
Traffic is stationary in both directions, affecting travel between Exeter and Plymouth.
There are reports of very slow traffic on both ways of the A38, due to a multi-vehicle accident.
The road has been blocked between Turfdown Road and Drift Lane, near Bodmin Parkway train station.
People travelling between Bodmin and Liskeard are especially affected.
A wave of new housing developments and companies expanding mean the streets have become some of the most congested in the whole region.Read the full story ›
Two lorries travelling North collided this morning, spilling fuel and closing two lanes of the motorway.Read the full story ›
One lane in each direction on the viaduct is temporarily closed. The Council is encouraging drivers to try a different route.Read the full story ›
Figures obtained by ITV News West Country show that drivers in Plymouth spend over two working days a year stuck in gridlock in the city.Read the full story ›
A car towing a trailer of livestock was involved in an accident on the M5 Northbound between J23 / A39 (Bridgwater North) and J22 / A38 / B3140 (Burnham-on-sea).
As a result, there is congestion on the M5 to J24 / A38 (Bridgwater South).
Travel time is at around 50 minutes. All lanes have been re-opened.
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 ›