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published on 8th July 2021

New Cabinet Member will move transport forward in Bristol

Profile photo of cllr Don Alexander at College Green Bristol

Councillor Don Alexander, Labour Ward Councillor for Avonmouth and Lawrence Weston, will take up the role of Cabinet Member for Transport immediately.   Cllr Alexander will …

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published on 7th July 2021

Bristol Bridge bus lane made permanent

Doug Claringbold (First) Marvin Rees and Cllr Don Alexander at Bristol Bridge

Bus lanes and enforcement cameras were installed on Bristol Bridge, Baldwin Street and Union Street last summer as part of work to improve air quality …

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published on 7th May 2021

Cattle Market Road cycle lane closure to last until late 2022

bristol rail regeneration logo

Network Rail has created a segregated walkway along a section of Cattle Market road, to ensure the safety of pedestrians and cyclists during construction work …

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published on 24th March 2021

Motorists advised to pre-plan journeys ahead of major road closure

Illustrative artwork of Cleveland Bridge road closure

The £3.8 million scheme is set to start in April, when scaffolding is erected, ahead of the bridge closing fully in May. It is expected …

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published on 19th March 2021

Cotham Hill to close to motorists to support businesses during pandemic

Cotham Hill Bristol shops with parked cars

From April 12, hospitality venues will be permitted to reopen using outdoor seating areas and a road closure is a response to calls from traders …

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published on 18th March 2021

New cycle lane extends Yate Active Travel Corridor

Close up image of cycle lane markings

The 3.5 mile section of cycle lane will be delivered in four stages: Nibley Lane to Coalpit Heath Coalpit Heath to A4174 ring road Nibley …

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published on 11th March 2021

Work begins on new transport hub in Yate

Aerial photo of the park and ride site in yate

The new transport hub will help reduce traffic along the congested A432 Badminton Road corridor by encouraging people to use alternative travel options such as …

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published on 9th March 2021

Funding secured to fix Chocolate Path announced

Construction of the chocolate path

Bristol City Council’s Cabinet has today (9 March) endorsed plans to future-proof the city’s historic waterside. Cabinet approved additional funding towards the completion of works …

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