TRAFFIC delays continue for drivers in Bracknell Forest after facing an 11.4-mile diversion route.

Road repairs on Nine Mile Ride just under three miles long has caused huge delays to drivers according to reports on social media.

The construction works by Balfour Beatty is expected to finish on Sunday, October 31 according to traffic reports online.

Bracknell Forest Council and Wokingham Borough Council has published the official diversion route online, which can be viewed by clicking this link.

Roadworks in other parts of Crowthorne has caused 'chaos' for drivers this week.

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There are roadworks taking place on the Bracknell Road, with traffic control multi way signals in place until October 17.

Traffic from the Nine Mile Ride closure is also causing delays in Barkham Road and the B3430.

Emergency roadworks are also taking place on the B3348 The Ridges with a diversion route next to Nine Mile Ride.

The diversion route is about nine minutes (not in rush hour traffic) and takes you from Jubilee Road all the way round to Wellingtonia Avenue.

Delays are expected until December 31.

The delays has caused chaos for some drivers in Crowthorne.

Speaking on We Love Crowthorne's Facebook Page, one resident said: "Just taken me over an hour to get home from work in Reading."

Another added: "The next crisis."

Have you been affected by the road closures?