A double-decker bus has lost its roof after colliding with a bridge near Bristol Parkway train station.
Reports suggest no-one was injured in the incident.
Hatchet Road is currently closed which could cause delays in the area.
Rail passengers travelling between Bristol Parkway and Swindon or Cheltenham this rush hour have had to put up with delays of up to 40 minutes due to a points failure.
It is affecting both Cross Country and Great Western Railway services.
The points problem has now been resolved but National Rail Enquiries says passengers will still experience delays of up to 25 minutes until 11.30am this morning, 6 November.
- For more information, check theNational Rail Enquiries website
As Bristol Parkway station shuts for a fortnight, passengers have been warned to expect major disruption with some journeys taking an hour longer than usual due to diversions.
The closure means:
- There will be an hourly service between Bristol Temple Meads, Cheltenham and Birmingham New Street.
- Services between Parkway and Swindon will be halted for around a month
- Services between Cardiff, Swansea and London Paddington will be affected
- Replacement busses will run between Bristol Parkway and Patchway
- Local services between Yate and Filton Abbey Wood will also be affected
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Lines around Yate have been reopened following a fatality on the line between Gloucester and Parkway.
Lines were closed at around 8:10 this morning after a person was hit by a train.
A person has been hit by a train between Gloucester and Bristol Parkway.
There is disruption to the cross country train between Bristol Parkway and Gloucester. All lines in the area are currently blocked. Services may be cancelled or delayed until around 09:45.
Bristol Parkway Station now has 700 more parking spaces.
The Transport Minister Baroness Kramer officially opened the new car park this morning. It cost £13 million to build.
First Great Western expects Bristol Parkway to become much busier once the Great Western mainline is electrified.
Baroness Kramer says the investment will pay off in the future.
The Transport Minister Baroness Kramer will officially open a new car park at Bristol Parkway Station later.
The £13m project is one of the biggest of its kind and should ease parking problems for the travel link. More than 700 extra spaces will be made available.
TRAINS: There's disruption to the trains between Cardiff Central and Bristol Parkway due to a trespass incident. First Great Western say all lines are closed whilst the incident is investigated.