Current and Proposed Roadworks

Screenshot of Elgin National Road Report

Elgin Road Report

To view current and proposed roadworks in Bath and North East Somerset visit the Elgin website. Elgin provides a way to view all roadworks in the area.

Bath Rotary Fireworks - Saturday 4th November

Roads closures 17.30 and reopening 21.00 or ASAP after the event.

  1. Northgate Street at the junction of New Bond Street all traffic to be diverted up Broad Street. All traffic from Walcot Street to be diverted up Broad Street. All traffic from Upper Borough Walls Turn left into Northgate Street and up Broad Street.
  2. Great Pulteney Street at the junction of Henrietta Street all traffic diverts back up Great Pulteney Street to A36. All traffic from Grove Street left turn into Great Pulteney Road.
  3. Pierrepont Street at the junction of South Parade and Henry Street. All traffic from Pierreport Street diverts down Manvers Street and Dorchester Street onto St James Parade.
  4. North Parade Road at the junction of Pulteney Road A36. diverts A36, A367 Churchill bridge, Avon Street, Corn Street, St James Parade, Dorchester Street. Traffic will be able to enter only for parking as far as the Sports Centre car park entrance. 

This will stop all movement of traffic in Grand Parade, Orange Grove, High Street, Bridge Street, Terrace Walk, Pulteney Bridge ,Cheap Street, Westgate Street, Saw Close, Upper Borough Walls, York Street, Argyle Street, Pierrepoint Street and North Parade Road.

Remembrance Day Parade - Sunday 12th November

The Traffic Management Plan shows the road affected and the green and orange lines show the taxi access that morning up until 13:30.

Free Taxi Receipts for Drivers

Bath & North East Somerset Council is working with the Samaritans to promote their service.  You can help spread the message by using our free taxi receipts.  A leaflet giving more information is available via the following link:

Free NHS Health Checks

The check takes about 20-30 minutes and looks at things such as cholesterol, blood pressure etc. to provide a cardio-vascular risk score.  Advice and support for a healthier lifestyle can then be given to those with a high risk rating.  This offer is available to all taxi drivers, free of charge, on a voluntary basis only.

Taxi Driver Health Survey

Researchers from the University of Bristol’s School for Policy Studies are conducting a new study aimed at improving the lifestyles of Taxi Drivers in the South West.

Dr Simon Sebire and Mr George Thomas are looking for around 100 drivers to complete an ONLINE SURVEY about their work patterns, and their attitudes towards eating healthily and being physically active.  The survey should take about 20 minutes to complete and the first 100 participants will be offered a £10 Love to Shop voucher for completing the survey.

The researchers are also looking for about 15 drivers to be interviewed about developing a new lifestyle project for Taxi drivers in the South West and you can register your interest in this at the end of the online survey.  Participants can complete the survey and choose not to do an interview.

Taxi drivers are a high risk of a number of lifestyle-related diseases like heart disease and diabetes.  The University of Bristol researchers are committed to learning from taxi drivers themselves about how together they could develop a lifestyle programme that would be appealing and effective at improving taxi driver health. Please consider helping if you can.

You can link to the survey here:

Taxi Drivers' Forum


Date of Next Meeting: 20 October 2017 at 10.30 am
Venue:  Odd Down Sports Club - Community Room

Further Information

For further information relating to taxis please see the main taxi page.

To contact the licensing team please email or telephone 01225 477689.

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