The M2 will open in November followed by the M1 from Cribbs Causeway to South Bristol in January.Read the full story ›
The bus will make Bristol the first city outside London with a 'buy-before-you-board’ only service.Read the full story ›
Police say the Southbound carriageway of the M5 between J25 and J26 should open shortly following a multiple-vehicle crash in which a person died.
Investigators have been at the scene but police say their work has now been competed.
The Northbound carriageway is expected to remain closed for some time with officers unable to provide an estimated timeframe.
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Unions say rail commuters are being 'held to ransom' as season ticket fares rise faster than wages - 2018 sees the largest rise in 5 years.Read the full story ›
Great Western Railway services have been suspended between Gloucester and Swindon because of a signalling problem.
The company is working to arrange a bus replacement service.
During incidents like this, trains would normally divert via Yate and Bristol Parkway.
However, this route is also closed due to engineering work.
GWR says trains should be running by 12.00 and commuters can find updates on the National Rail website.
The launch of the new South Western Railway brand and liveried train follows the completion of the August Waterloo station upgrade works.Read the full story ›
A number of transport projects across the region have received the go-ahead following a meeting the West of England Joint Committee.Read the full story ›
Bus cuts in Torbay have left some residents feeling cut off and stranded, now relying on expensive taxis to get around.Read the full story ›
As rail fares are set to rise - business leaders accuse the government of leaving the West Country behind on transport improvements.Read the full story ›
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced a new National Productivity Investment Fund of £23 billion to be spent on innovation and infrastructure over next five years.
Setting out his first Autumn Statement, Mr Hammond said the fund will "directly contribute" to raising Britain's productivity.
The new funding commitments include an additional £1.1bn of investment in English local transport networks.
Details of allocation are yet to emerge - so it is not yet clear how the West Country will actually benefit, and no guarantees that this extra funding will come our way.
However, a hint dropped by the Prime Minister to a South West MP could mean that the West Country is likely to receive more support for its rail infrastructure.
It was a timely announcement - the region is still suffering from a 48 hour disruption on the trains to and from the South West after a spate of bad weather caused flooding and debris on rail routes.