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published on 29th April 2022

June date proposed for start of multi-million-pound bridge improvement programme

Photo of Gaol Ferry Bridge Bristol

A multi-million-pound investment in some of the city’s most iconic and much used bridges has been proposed to deliver necessary repairs and maintenance over a …

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published on 30th March 2022

New electric loan bikes available to trial for people wanting to commute to work in Bristol 

Young male cyclists standing with bike on sunny day

If you are interested in cycling but don’t have a bike, or think it’s too far to travel, then the local authority funded Loan Bike …

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published on 3rd March 2022

Communities reminded to give views on liveable neighbourhood pilot in Bristol

View of St George in Bristol

With the deadline for the first round of community engagement fast approaching, Bristol City Council is encouraging people from Barton Hill, Redfield and St George …

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published on 16th February 2022

Community wants to keep Cotham Hill pedestrian zone in Bristol

Car free road in Bristol

Residents were offered three options on the future of Cotham Hill. Option A and B proposed continuing with the road closure with slight variants, while …

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published on 27th January 2022

Update on Gaol Ferry Bridge, Bristol restoration works

People walking over Gaol Ferry Bridge

Engineers will undertake extensive repairs to address structural issues, including repairs to structural steelwork, replacing rotten timbers, and repainting the bridge. The scale of the …

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published on 25th January 2022

Cycling and walking – just what the doctor ordered

Dan Norris on a bike

The GP Prescribing Programme will link NHS patients to walking groups and cycle loan schemes.  The West of England Combined Authority, led by Metro Mayor Dan …

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published on 18th January 2022

Construction set to begin on Bristol and Bath Railway Path upgrades

People cycling along the bristol to bath railway path

Sections of the popular traffic-free path between Clay Bottom and Trinity Street in Bristol will be upgraded over the coming months.  These much-needed works include; …

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