The council has shared an update on the Fleming Way works and confirmed more changes are on the way. 

In a post on its social media page, Swindon Borough Council confirmed that steps were being made to finish a section of part of the £33 million scheme to turn the town centre road into a bus boulevard.

A spokesperson said: “Work will be taking place over the next few months to finish off the western end of Fleming Way. 

"The area itself will be used as a turning circle and provide bus stops for national services.”

But as part of the work, motorists have been advised that there will be changes to the layout in the area as well as further road closures. 

The spokesperson added: “In order to do the work, changes will be made to how vehicles drive through this part of the site so please keep an eye out for the diversion signage.

“Cheltenham Street will also be closed for approximately one week from Monday, November 20.”

The overall Fleming Way scheme will include vastly improved public open spaces with 166 new trees and over 23,000 plants, as well as new cycle lane facilities that link up the main cycling routes across the town.