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Bristol City Council

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… are planning our approach and future funding strategy. City We are in the process of creating more segregated walking and cycling routes through the city centre and improving bus routes. There are a number of projects underway on key roads into the city which will give buses priority and improve the walking and cycling experience. We are working with partners to create two new railway…

… stations at Portway and Ashley Down. We will also continue helping individuals, businesses and communities to make more of their journeys by walking, cycling or bus though our tailored travel support and bike loans. We are piloting Bristol’s first ‘Liveable Neighbourhood’ in East Bristol which will aim to make streets safer, giving people the confidence to walk and cycle more regularly…

… reworking of Temple Gate including improvements to walking, cycling and public transport infrastructure. • We made walking and cycling improvements at Airport Road, Stoke Park Path, Wedmore Vale/Northern Slopes, Old Market, Whitehouse Street, Victoria Park and Mina Road. • We installed 4 School Streets to improve safety and improve emissions around schools. • We supported bus operators…

… commercially viable and trading in the city, along with a number of other similar distributors. • We supported e-scooter trials. • We delivered a Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan, Joint Local Transport Plan and Bus Service Improvement Plan with West of England Combined Authority and local authority partners. Pupil and Bristol City Council Travel Plan officer at a School Streets scheme…


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