UP to 90 jobs will be created when a new depot opens.

Work has begun on a new Chevron Traffic Management depot near Witney.

Current facilities and employees based in Wantage and Black Bourton will be relocated to the depot at Stanton Harcourt industrial estate.

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Matt West, client director at Chevron, said: “This is a major investment for Chevron TM.

“With our new flagship depot opening in Witney, we will have greater capacity and capability to develop new and stronger partnerships with clients in the south to continue to grow our business and support the local community.”

Chevron provides physical and digital traffic controls, managing traffic for organisations working within utilities and rail, in addition to work for local authorities and events.

“We support Wessex Water in delivering a water supply to the south west, we have managed traffic flows during Glastonbury festivals, we play a key role in keeping traffic moving on strategic networks and local roads while works are underway, and we manage landscaping, grass cutting and environmental services,” added Mr West.

“These are just some of the works we currently undertake.”