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published on 8th September 2023

Gaol Ferry Bridge to reopen on 8 September

Goal ferry bridge

Councillor Don Alexander, Cabinet Member for Transport, said: The £1.5 million essential works have included replacing the structural steelwork and rotten timbers, repairing the steel …

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published on 31st July 2023

Portway Park & Ride station officially opens

Photo of Councillor Don Alexander opening Portway train station in Bristol

The new £5.8 million Portway Park & Ride station was launched today (Monday 31 July), ahead of its opening to the public tomorrow (Tuesday 1 …

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published on 12th July 2023

A further £11 million secured to support those affected by Bristol’s Clean Air Zone

Clean Air Zone camera image

Bristol City Council has secured a further £11 million from government to help provide more financial support for those travelling through the Clean Air Zone.

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published on 7th July 2023

Pier to Pier Way to open as soon as current work completed

People cycling

The new Pier to Pier Way cycling and walking route linking Clevedon’s and Weston-super-Mare’s piers will open as soon as work on both the route and outstanding legal agreements have been completed.

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published on 26th June 2023

Chew Stoke school recognised for success in encouraging sustainable travel

Pupils from Chew Stoke Church School at the National STARS School Travel Awards event in London

Pupils and staff at a Bath & North East Somerset school have been recognised for their exemplar achievements to encourage more active, safer and sustainable ways to travel.

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published on 14th June 2023

Proposals for another School Street for Bristol

Illustration of road sign with children walking, scooting

Ashton Gate Primary School in Southville is looking to improve safety, reduce congestion, and improve air quality outside its gates by taking steps to join the council’s School Streets programme.

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published on 9th June 2023

Ashley Down Rail station programme and Concorde Way update

Photo of Ashley Down Station being built

The second phase of the MetroWest programme is well underway as work to construct a new two-platform station at Ashley Down ramps up a gear. This is the second of the first two new rail stations that will be opened in Bristol for almost a century.

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