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Ashton Vale changes due to Metrobus, Metrowest & South Bristol Link Road

The South Bristol Link Road (SBLR) opened in December 2016. It has a parallel shared use path for pedestrians and cycles which connects at Long Ashton to the Festival Way (National Cycle Network 33). It then links at the other end to the Malago Greenway at Hengrove. There is a spur connecting through the Long Ashton Park & […]

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Metrobus construction impact on cycle routes

As construction work starts on the various Metrobus routes we can expect considerable disruption to some key cycling routes through the city. In some areas this is a worthwhile inconvenience to get some valuable improvements. In others the outcome is less clear. There’s a useful website with all the various projects at metrobusbuild.info. Key points at present include: Ashton Avenue […]

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All change in the centre – MetroBus and Temple Greenways

Metrobus The Government has now approved the North Fringe to Hengrove Package, the third and final section of the MetroBus network. This means all three MetroBus schemes now have funding approval and planning permissions. We remain concerned that these major schemes will prove very expensive for the city and will not deliver the promised improvement to public transport that […]

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North Fringe to Hengrove Package MetroBus

North Fringe to Hengrove Package MetroBus Informal Consultation http://travelplus.org.uk/NFHPconsult/ (Deadline passed 16 Jan 2015) Our response: Bristol Cycling Campaign wishes to comment on the NFHP proposals across the route. We seek commitment that all developments and designs will take cycling into consideration and will conform to the Bristol City Council (BCC) Cycling Strategy that is […]

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South Bristol Link Road and Festival Way – the missing link

There’s a very pleasant loop now available taking you from the centre out along the Festival Way, to South Bristol Link (SBL), then back along the Malago Greenway. But, there’s a problem. A missing link* (map). At the northern (Long Ashton) end of the SBL, the cycle path is unfinished. The link to the Festival […]

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