The roadworks map is hosted externally to Gloucestershire County Council on the One Network website. You will need to use an up-to-date web browser such as Chrome, Edge, Safari, Firefox etc in order to view the map.
The map is updated every few minutes to show planned works across the county’s highway network.
If you are using a mobile phone please use the full screen map link to view the One Network website. You will need to create a One Network account to see the live traffic data.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unable to find the information you require.
How to use the map
Search: Search for a location in this box below:
Suggested areas will drop down, select the location to see works in that area. You may have to zoom out a little to see the roadworks map symbol for the works in that area.
- Zoom: To zoom in and out:
a. Use the + and – buttons on the map
b. Computer: Press ‘Control’ then use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out.
c. Smart device: pinch the screen with two fingers to zoom in and out
- Dates: To select a time period please click one of these symbols just above the search location box. The symbol on the right is the calendar symbol for dates. NB: the website does need time to update when you change the dates.
- Roadworks Information: Once you have located the area, select a symbol to read details of the roadworks including dates and traffic management being used.
- Map Key on the left hand side: Map Layers, Email alerts, Information and help.
Hint: you may need to zoom to see incidents.
We also have a map showing County works with details of our inspections, planned and completed works.
(Road defects, street lights, drainage gullies and grass cutting.)
To find out planned resurfacing works in your area, please visit the county resurfacing page below.
Surface Dressing Works (seasonal)
To find more information about our surface dressing programme, please visit the page below.
To find out what major projects are currently taking place or being planned visit the Major Projects page below. This includes A419 Stonehouse, Llanthony Road widening and Prison Copse Wall in Northleach.
Other sources of information
Some major routes and all motorways are maintained by the national Highways England and you should check their web site for details.