EMERGENCY repair are being carried out today after a burst water main caused travel disruptions in Woodley.

Thames Water are still attempting to fix the water pipe at the junction between Crockhamwell Road and Loddon Bridge Road.

The incident happened at around 9am and a two-way lights system was in place to allow traffic to flow freely.

Thames Water are still continuing to repair the leak and resurface the road. 

However, a spokesman for Thames Water, said: "We are sorry for the disruption caused while we fix two leaks in Crockhamwell Road. 

"We have completed repairs and will now be resurfacing the road.

"We are aiming to finish the jobs in the next couple of days." 

Thames Water repair average of 1,600 leaks a week as part of its drive to reduce leakage.

Wokingham Borough Council reported the incident on twitter.

They said: "They have fixed the burst water main at the junction of Crockhamwell Road and Nightingale Road, Woodley

"But will need to return at a later date to carry out permanent reinstatement of the road."