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Delays on key routes in Bristol due to abnormal loads – updates

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Traffic disruption is expected in Bristol today due to “abnormal loads” on key routes.

Police have warned motorists that three convoys of abnormal loads from 9:30am today (Monday June 15).

The routes are expected to affect the M32, St Phillips Causeway and A4 Bath Road.

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Avon and Somerset Police shared the news in a tweet that read: “From 9.30am today there will be three convoys of abnormal loads travelling under escort from the A4174 Willy Wicket to Airport Road in south Bristol.

“The lorries will be travelling via the M32, St Phillips Causeway and A4 Bath Road and there may be disruption on those routes.”

We’ll be bringing you the latest updates on these routes as well as the M5 and M4.

This is a live story and updates will appear in the blog below.

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