Key contact: info@bristolcycling.org.uk

NP information: Central, Clifton and Harbourside

See also our page of Useful Information for Neighbourhood Campaigns

There is a Traffic and Transport sub-group and a NP plan with 2015 transport themes being:

  1. Reduce the amount of congestion on and pollution from the Highway network.
  2. Improve the safety of highways and footways.
  3. Ensure that resident parking schemes are well-managed, effectively enforced and reviewed in a timely manner.
  4. Support the implementation of a Low Emission Zone.

Space for Cycling 2016 ward improvements and councillor statements:

News 

  • Update: City Centre Cycle Network

    Update: City Centre Cycle Network

    Bristol Cycling (BCyc) have recently been engaging with Bristol City Council (BCC) officers about the city centre cycle network. A

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  • Road Rage on Nelson Street

    Road Rage on Nelson Street

    If you’ve had problems riding this road please let us know If you’re cycling along Nelson Street perhaps you should

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  • Bristol’s City Centre Framework - we’ve responded

    Bristol’s City Centre Framework - we’ve responded

    Earlier in the year Bristolians were invited to help shape the future of the city centre by responding to a

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  • Callowhill Court - large development, carpark and change to routes around Broadmead - our response

    Callowhill Court - large development, carpark and change to routes around Broadmead - our response

    'Callowhill Court' is the name given to a huge redevelopment of a large part of Broadmead, including changes to traffic

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  • Clifton contraflows - Oakfield Road - Clifton Road - Lower Clifton Hill

    Clifton contraflows - Oakfield Road - Clifton Road - Lower Clifton Hill

    We are pleased to see three proposals for cycling contraflows in Clifton. These low volume, low speed roads are suitable

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Map – wards, strategic cycle routes, local routes and measures (use the menu at top left of map to manage the map layers)