Residents in the Stapleton area of Bristol say they're angry about some upcoming roadworks which will close major routes in the area for up to a year.
The work is being carried out in preparation for the new Metrobus system.
Stoke Lane will be closed Northbound from the 22nd of May, but headteacher Duncan Cruickshank says the work that's already started is making it difficult for children to get to school.
Some of the residents have got together to form the Stoke Lane Action Group in protest to the roadworks.
Amanda Vinall is a founding member of the group. She concerned about how the work will affect those unable to find alternative routes.
It's not only commuters that are concerned about using the roads. Allotment holders in the area say the work will greatly reduce the access they have to their plots.
Katie Hooper believes a journey that currently takes just minutes could take an hour.
Travelwest - the team behind the project - say the diversions are necessary to reduce the time it will take to complete the construction.