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Commuters in Bristol are being reminded about a protest by taxi drivers taking place around Bristol Temple Meads this morning.
Due to an expected protest by taxi drivers from 7:45am, delays are expected around Temple Meads. Other routes may also be affected
The protests are the latest in a series of demonstrations against changes at Temple Meads station.
Taxi drivers are angry that the number of taxi bays have been cut from 46 to 30, and drivers who can't find a space are moved on.
As part of the demonstrations, drivers have been refusing to pick up passengers, causing long delays in the area surrounding the station.
This was the situation on the A4 Bath Road this morning:
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Some commuters tweeted their frustration at the delay.
So got on this bus 25 mins ago and so far we have only made it to the itv studios on Bath Road thank you Bristol taxi drivers....
Meanwhile at Temple Meads...
Another taxi protest at Bristol Temple Meads station. Strike over taxi spaces at the station. https://t.co/tvwcVQhaNP
Taxi driver Patrick Masih caught this footage of the traffic near Bristol Temple Meads station this morning.
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There are currently no trains running between Bristol Temple Meads and Severn Beach due to a train striking a wheel barrow.
We are currently experiencing disruption between Bristol Temple Meads and Severn Beach. (1/2)
Tickets being accepted on local bus routes.
Trains aren't currently able to run between Bath Spa and Bristol Temple Meads after a power cut.
Trains will be diverted if possible but passengers from Swindon or Westbury to Bristol Temple Meads are advised not to travel if it's not urgent.
Tickets are being accepted on First Buses and CrossCountry services.
Customers are advised not to travel towards Bath Spa, Chippenham, Oldfield and Keynsham this is due to a power failure (1/2)
There are delays of up to 30 minutes on the trains between Chippenham and Bristol because of a broken down train.