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Wednesday, 5 August 2020 - 8:51am

A52 Clifton Bridge: Nottingham bus service delays and affected services


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Clifton Bridge remains closed whilst work to repair damaged steel underneath the road continues.

Highways England were planning to partially open Clifton Bridge (towards Clifton) on the evening of Tuesday 11 February, but this was not possible.

Clifton Bridge remains closed until further notice and we are in regular contact with Highways England and will update customers when we hear more.

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Clifton Bridge is a very busy road and its closure will cause severe delays to our services, as traffic diverts around the closure – with Trent Bridge and the City Centre being the route most people are using.

Customers travelling on Navy, Green, Pink, Orange and Grey Line services are advised to allow considerable extra time for their journeys due to the severity of the congestion and delays this road closure is causing.

Navy 48 and Grey 53, 54 buses towards Clifton are also diverting:

Navy 48 is normal route to Nottingham Station then via Meadows Way, Trent Bridge, Wilford Lane to resume normal route from Silverdale roundabout.

Buses are unable to serve stops in the Meadows, please use Green 11 to Bridgeway Centre or Navy 49 to Queens Drive (Mon-Sat daytime)

Buses are unable to serve Queens Drive, Riverside Retail Park or Clifton Bridge North, please use Navy 49 on Monday to Saturday daytime as far as the Park & Ride Site. We are unable to serve Queens Drive towards Clifton on Sunday.

The 05:35 bus from City on weekdays will serve Queens Drive and Riverside Retail Park, before diverting via Trent Bridge and Wilford Lane to Clifton. This is to provide additional capacity for the workers at the Industrial Estates off Queens Drive.

Grey 53, 54 are normal route to Clifton Bridge North then via Queens Drive, Victoria Embankment or Meadows Way, Trent Bridge, Wilford Lane to resume normal route from Silverdale roundabout

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this period – our drivers will do their best to get through the congestion and queues.

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