The zone extends to Dundry and Barrow Gurney in the north, and Chewton Mendip in the South. To the east the boundaries are before the A37 and to the west, before Bristol Airport. The shared zones mean you can still travel to these areas and now provide access to the 75 bus service in Withywood and Hengrove Leisure Park.

Chew Valley zone map showing the boundaries and where you can travel. This information is also provided in an accessible version below.

What zones can you also travel to?

  • A37 shared
  • Airport shared
  • Hengrove shared

If you want to travel further afield

You can travel longer distances with a Westlink – simply connect with standard buses or trains. Here’s just a few of the most convenient places to change. 

Change atForBuses
Airport TavernBristolU2
Bristol AirportBath
High LittletonKeynsham522
A37Bristol, Midsomer Norton & Bath
Bristol & Wells
374, 375, 376, 376a
HengroveBristolm1, 75, 76, 90
*Change for trains. Main connections only – please check before you travel. **Services A1, A3 & A4 are premium fare services when departing from Bristol Airport, but discounts may be available for some local residents – please see main webpage.

You can also travel directly to a number of places on a Westlink from Chew Valley zone including Bristol Airport, South Bristol Hospital, Hengrove Imperial Park, Langford Veterinary campus, Hengrove Leisure Park and Withywood.