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published on 20th July 2022

Public transport to get a boost in Lockleaze

Muller Road Bristol

Lockleaze is a growing neighbourhood, with around 1,000 new homes planned for the area as well as a new secondary school. To make sure local …

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published on 8th July 2022

Have your say on Cumberland Road inbound traffic restrictions

Map of cumberland road traffic flow

The proposed bus gate on the inbound lane would help buses reduce journey length and improve the reliability of bus travel.  The bus gate will …

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published on 6th July 2022

Bristol Clean Air Zone to start charging older and more polluting vehicles on 28 November

Clean Air Zone camera image

The Mayor also highlighted that there is still time to apply for financial support to replace vehicles that don’t meet the zone’s emission standards. Mayor …

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published on 1st July 2022

Help improve bus, cycling and walking journeys on major Bristol road

Traffic driving along A4 Portway Bristol

People who live or travel along the A4 Portway are being encouraged to give their views on improvements to this route into the city.  An …

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published on 28th June 2022

Pier to Pier Way moves forward

Young children riding a bike

The route, to be known as the Pier to Pier Way, supports North Somerset Council’s commitment to providing sustainable travel routes across the area to …

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published on 27th May 2022

£310,000 for new active travel schemes

Young children riding a bike

North Somerset Council has been successful in a bid for £310,000 from the Department for Transport in the latest funding round. The schemes include a …

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published on 23rd May 2022

New £1.6m Chew Valley Trail opens ahead of summer

Photo of Sarah Warren, Dan Norris, Bill Blyth and Mel Karam

The £1.6m walking and cycling path on the northern section of the lake will make the Chew Valley Trail accessible for pedestrians and cyclists to …

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