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published on 16th November 2021

New path to improve access in Stoke Park

Photo of the new Stoke Park cycle and walking path

Work on a project to improve the access to historic Stoke Park and boost walking and cycling journeys to and from the north of the …

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published on 26th October 2021

Have your say on permanent Cotham Hill changes

Plans to make increased pedestrian access and business space available on Cotham Hill permanent are being put before Bristol’s citizens for their views over the …

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published on 20th August 2021

Work to start at railway bridge to support cyclist and pedestrian safety

Photo of Cllr Steve Reade

In anticipation for increased traffic levels in September as we ease back to normality, engineers have been reviewing the experimental Traffic Management arrangements at the …

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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

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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

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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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