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Bristol School Streets: Whitehall Primary School

Bristol School Streets: Whitehall Primary School

Bristol City Council and Whitehall Primary School are working together to make the journey to school safer.

Bristol School Streets: Minerva Primary Academy

Bristol School Streets: Minerva Primary Academy

Bristol City Council and Minerva Primary Academy are working together to make the journey to school safer.

Bristol School Streets: Chester Park Junior School

Bristol School Streets: Chester Park Junior School

Bristol City Council and Chester Park Junior School are working together to make the journey to school safer.

A37 A4018 consultation image

Improvements to the number 2 bus route (A37/A4018)

Improvements to the number 2 bus route (A37/A4018)

To build a more inclusive and connected city, Bristol must tackle the challenges surrounding travel. With high levels of traffic congestion and harmful air pollution levels, there’s a sense of urgency to tackle these issues to improve public health. Establishing an improved transport system which is accessible to everyone in Bristol is equally critical.

Map showing the A37/A362 passing through Whitchurch, Pensford, Temple Cloud, Farrington Gurney and Midsomer Norton, then connecting to the A367 which passes through Radstock, Peasdown St John and Bath.

Improvements on the A37 and A367

Improvements on the A37 and A367

The A37 and A367 Corridor project aims to improve travel between Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Westfield and Bath via the A367 and Bristol via the A37; through better bus services and enabling more walking and cycling.

Illustration showing the A4 Bristol to Bath road from Bristol Temple Meads rail station, via Three Lamps Junction, Arno’s Court Park, Brislington Park & ride, Hicks Gate, Keynsham Bypass, Keynsham rail station, Saltford, The Globe, Newbridge Park & Ride, Victoria Park and Bath Spa rail station. The map also shows connections to A37 Wells Road, West Town Lane, A4174 Ring Road and M32, Bristol and Bath Railway Path and Kelston Round Hill, A39 Wells Road and Bath Span University, Lower Bristol Road and Twerton, Royal United Hospital and University of Bath.

Improvements on A4 Bristol to Bath

Improvements on A4 Bristol to Bath

The Bristol to Bath Corridor project is being led by the West of England Combined Authority and delivered in partnership with Bath and North East Somerset Council and Bristol City Council. It aims to improve travel between Bath and Bristol through better bus services and enabling more cycling and walking.

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