LIVE: Heavy traffic on A370 Coronation Road following closure of Cumberland Road

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There is heavy traffic and congestion this morning on the A370 Coronation Road after Cumberland Road had to be temporarily closed after the river bank collapsed on Friday (January 24).

Traffic is particularly bad on the eastbound carriageway heading into Bristol city centre as people travel into work.

It’s unknown when Cumberland Road will reopen following the river bank collapse.

We will bring you the latest updates on traffic across the city below.

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