Bristol City Council currently has four consultations open for street interventions across the city, which could lead to improved environments for people walking and cycling in those areas.
We’ve written a detailed response for five consultations already which you can view here: ATF Consultation Response Jan 2021 – Bristol Cycling
This covers the following areas:
- Cotham Hill, Cotham
- Princess Victoria Street, Clifton
- St Marks Road, Easton
- Rosemary Lane, Eastville
- Picton Street, Montpelier
We’ve also responded to the consultation for Park Row and look forward to seeing a permanent scheme here in the not too distant future. To read our response please see here: Park Row Consultation Response Jan 21
We are currently writing our consultation responses for the following which close on the 7th February.
- Langton Court Bridge, St Anne’s
- Overton Road, Bishopston
- Dean Lane, Southville
Update: We’ve now responded to three of the above (Langton Court Bridge, Overton Road and Dean Lane). This response can be found here: ATF Consultation Response Feb 21. In addition, the council has now opened a further consultation on Mina Road!
We’ve also responded to the Beaufort Road proposals: the response can be found here:
Beaufort Road Response Feb 2021
While we hope our responses represent your views, it’s really important for as many people as possible to respond in favour of the changes individually. In particular if you live/work in one of the areas, or if you regularly visit, your views will hold a high weight with the council. You can find all the open consultations here – feel free to say “I agree with Bristol Cycling” in the comments box!