Bristol City Council and WECA intend to make improvements to the major radial bus routes that pass through the city over the next 10 years. The aim is to make it easier and more convenient to use the bus, walk and cycle wherever possible, rather than use private cars.… Continue reading
In 2015, the Downs Committee asked the City Design Group of Bristol City Council to produce a Place and Movement Framework for the Clifton and Durdham Downs. This proposed a number of scenarios for improving walking cycling and key recreational facilities for Downs users.… Continue reading
Bristol City Council has been consulting on proposals for the A4018 radial route into the city from Crow Lane roundabout to the top of Blackboy Hill, and including Westbury Village.
BWA has made a range of comments on the aspects of the proposals that affect pedestrians.… Continue reading
Dear West of England Metro Mayor candidate,
Bristol Walking Alliance is a coalition of over twenty organisations campaigning to improve the walking environment within the city. We want the Metro Mayor to take bold and visionary decisions to make cities and towns in the West of England world-class places for walking, and we seek your support.… Continue reading
Some BWA supporters have experienced close shaves or even personal injury when walking in areas where pedestrians should have priority. The statistics collected nationally on collisions only include those reported via the police – typically involving vehicles on roads.… Continue reading