We have made major improvements to Bristol city centre by reducing traffic and creating more space for people who walk and cycle.
The South Bristol Link connects Hengrove to the Park and Ride at Long Ashton. A shared cycle and footpaths runs along its 4.5km length. The path links with the Festival Way and Malago Greenway cycleways.
Long Ashton Park and Ride to Cumberland Road
A new traffic-free two and a half kilometre cycle path alongside our busway connects with Festival Way, the Harbourside and the local cycling network.
Harbourside and Avon Crescent
A new traffic-free underpass provides safe access from the Create Centre to the Harbourside.
New safer crossings at Avon Crescent and Cumberland Road link the Harbourside, Avon Crescent, Ashton Avenue Bridge and the Create Centre.
A new access ramp from Cumberland Road will allow easy access to the Chocolate Path by Avon Crescent.
Bathurst Basin to Redcliff Hill
New crossings have made it easier for pedestrians and cyclists to move between Cumberland Road, Bathurst Basin Parade, Wapping Road and Commercial Road.
New spaces for cyclists and pedestrians connect Redcliff Hill with other cycle routes into the city including the Brunel Mile; that stretches from Bristol Temple Meads to the city centre via St Mary Redcliffe Church.
We’ve also improved crossings at St Mary Redcliffe roundabout and Bedminster Bridge and built a dedicated cycle route and improved pedestrian path between Bedminster Bridge and St Mary Redcliffe Roundabout.
North and East Fringe
We’ve built new cycle lanes and improved crossings on the existing cyclepath between Bromley Heath and Wick Wick roundabouts.
New cycle stands
All 79 of our bus stops have cycle stands.