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Ashley Down Station Concorde Way

Ashley Down station

Ashley Down station

The new station at Ashley Down is part of a project to re-open the Henbury Line that runs from Bristol Temple Meads to Henbury. It is part of the West of England Combined Authority’s plans to significantly increase travel by rail and improve air quality in the region, as part of MetroWest phase 2.

E-scooter collage

E-scooter trial

E-scooter trial

Residents in the West of England can now hire e-scooters as part of a government trial, which launched in Bristol and Bath in October 2020.

A37/A4018 Transport Corridor

A37/A4018 Transport Corridor

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.

Bristol Transport Corridor Priorities

Bristol streets – Transport Corridor Improvements

Bristol streets – Transport Corridor Improvements

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.

PAS area map

Portbury, Avonmouth & Severnside (PAS) Transport Strategy

Portbury, Avonmouth & Severnside (PAS) Transport Strategy

Local Authorities in the West of England are working in partnership with SevernNet to develop a joint Transport Strategy for movement in the Portbury, Avonmouth and Severnside (PAS) area, helping to ensure it develops to the benefit of the West of England, supporting businesses, employees, residents, freight movement and other associated access requirements.

Trinity Academy transport works

Trinity Academy transport works

Works will take place to enable a new school to be built in Lockleaze.

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