Essential resurfacing work on the A4 Keynsham Bypass will get under way on September 25 and is expected to last for three weeks.
Phase one of the works will see two kilometres of westbound carriageway and Broadmead roundabout resurfaced overnight with work scheduled from 8pm until 6am in order to minimise disruption along this very busy stretch of carriageway.
During night time works, the bypass will remain open and manually-operated temporary traffic signals will be installed on the approaches to Broadmead roundabout to control traffic. There will also be two nights which will require the approach to Broadmead roundabout to be closed from Keynsham. A signed diversion route through Keynsham will be in place on this occasion.
Phase two, planned for May/June 2018 will include bridge deck waterproofing and eastbound carriageway resurfacing including Hicks Gate roundabout and its approaches from Bristol, Keynsham and the A4174 Ring Road.