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Major tram study launched

The Moving Bristol Forward campaign – jointly launched by Transport for Greater Bristol and Zero West – has just entered its next phase with the publication of a study into how tram routes would work in Bristol. Modern mass transit

Moving Bristol Forward

Transport for Greater Bristol and Zero West are delighted to announce the launch of Moving Bristol Forward – a new campaign calling for clean, affordable, accessible and efficient transport in Greater Bristol. We have released a new manifesto for integrated

Join our stakeholder meetings on transport plans for Bristol

Have a say in one of our Stakeholder Meetings, one for each part of the city and surrounding area (see map below): East – 12.30pm to 2.30pm Monday 11th Jan Central – 5pm to 7pm Monday 11th Jan Northwest – 10am to 12pm Tuesday

Please join our stakeholder reference group to shape Bristol’s future transport

We see a possibility for a city with good air quality, safe cycling and walking, accessible public transport for all, and where everyone can get to where they need to affordably and quickly, whether they live in the centre or

We have funding!

We’re delighted to announce that Transport for Greater Bristol and our partner Zero West have jointly secured funding from the Foundation for Integrated Transport for a project to: 1.  Raise the level of strategic vision for Bristol’s transport system among local and

Bristol Transport Plan

We’ve recently published four discussion documents and an executive summary, which together outline how an integrated transport system for Greater Bristol, fit for the 21st century, can be provided: TfGB Bristol Bath Rapid Transit Plan TfGB Bristol Traffic Management Plan

TfGB statement on Temple Meads

Temple Meads Station and surrounding area.The city council is on record that “it is creating a transport hub that the city deserves”. We have recently reviewed the latest reports about: restrictions on entering Friary from Temple Gate, more permanent buildings

TfGB Press release: Government money – 15 March 2018

Transport for Greater Bristol (TfGB) have welcomed the new initiative set out by Philp Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, in his Spring Statement 2018 on the 13th March. After the £80 million which went to WECA in 2017, he

Bristol doesn’t need another M32, say transport campaigners

Ahead of West of England Partnership discussions on widening the A38, campaigners in Bristol have appealed to local decision makers to avoid the creation of “another M32” into the south of the city. Members of Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways

Airport needs better public transport and devolution not more spaces, says TfGB

Responding to reports that Bristol Airport will soon seek to expand one of its car parks to create space for more than 3000 extra cars, Martin Garrett, chair of Transport for Greater Bristol (TfGB), said: “Poor links to and from