Help improve bus, cycling and walking journeys on major Bristol road
Share your thoughts on how the A4 Portway route into Bristol could be improved.
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 early engagement exercise is seeking to gather feedback on how buses can move more quickly through traffic, and cycling and walking can be safer and more enjoyable.
The scope of the A4 Portway project starts at the M5 flyover, it travels along the A4 passing the Avon Gorge and onto Hotwell Road to the Jacob’s Wells Road roundabout, then along Anchor Road, and up to Explore Lane.
The project is part of a wider transformation by Bristol City Council and the West of England Combined Authority over the next decade to make Bristol’s transport network better for all.
Views can be given through an online survey and via an interactive map, which allows participants to add comments about specific locations on the route and read what other people have said.
To find out more and have your say, fill in the survey or come along to a drop-in session.
The following five drop-in sessions will run throughout the engagement:
- Shirehampton Library, Wednesday 6 July from 1pm to 5pm
- Sea Mills Library, Tuesday 12 July from 10am to 2pm
- Portway Park & Ride, Tuesday 19 July from 8am to 12noon
- Central Library, Thursday 21 July from 10am to 2pm
- Portway Park and Ride, Saturday 23 July from 8am to 12noon
For a paper copy of the information and survey, please write to: A4 Portway, Transport Engagement Team, PO Box 3399, 100 Temple Street, Bristol BS1 9NE. You can also email [email protected] or call 0117 9036449 and leave your name, contact details and your request.
The engagement closes on Wednesday 17 August 2022.