Wiltshire’s travel news for Tuesday, June 25, 2019: roadworks across the county

There are temporary lights on the A4 at Quemerford near Calne, on the A360 at Pans lane at Devizes and on the A3102 at Harrow Grove, Lyneham.

However there are many others including one north of Marlborough on the A346 and one on the A361 London Road at Devizes causing tailbacks.

M4: J19 Bristol M32 busy

M4: J18 Tormarton – queueing traffic southbound earlier

M4: J17. Roadworks on the A429 north of the junction at Hullavington

M4: J16 Busy but clear

A303: Expect delays at the Stonehenge roundabout later

A4 Bath – slow

A360: Devizes. Temporary traffic lights on Southbroom Road

Potterne: Worton Road both ways closed due to resurfacing work from A360 High Street (Potterne) to High Street (Worton). From 9:00 on 24th June to 5th July. Diversion: Via Worton Road, Court Hill, A360, Cheverell Road and vice versa


Significant changes and delays to trains between Swindon, Westbury and Bristol Temple Meads warn GWR due to engineering works.

You can check your journey details by: visiting GWR.com • searching for GWR in your app store • contacting us via Twitter @GWRHelp • calling National Rail Enquiries on 03457 48 49 50 (24 hours - calls may be recorded)

A quick reminder that the line between Newbury and Westbury will be closed from Saturday 4 May to Bank Holiday Monday 6 May to allow Network Rail to replace the bridge at Barnard’s Lock, between Newbury and Kintbury.

This will mean long distance services between London and the South West will be diverted through Swindon and journey times will vary.  Buses will operate between Swindon and Pewsey and will also replace trains for local journeys between Newbury and Bedwyn.

Trains will run between Newbury and Reading, but departure times may be different, and we are asking customers to check times before they travel.

The work will be completed over the Bank Holiday weekend to cause the least disruption, and we have alerted customers through on board and station information as well as social and traditional media.


Bristol Airport

No delays or cancellations reported.