Bristol City Council have started to produce a plan to guide the long-term regeneration of central Bristol. The City Centre Development and Delivery Plan looks ahead as far as 2050.
BWA has responded to a call for initial views on what should be included in the plan.… Continue reading
There is currently a consultation on a proposed Whiteladies Road Flood Alleviation and Footpath Scheme. There is a need to address both the flooding problems and the uneven footway due to tree roots between the Tyndall’s Park Road junction and the Queen’s Road junction on Whiteladies Road.… Continue reading
BWA will be holding a public meeting during Bristol Walkfest 2022 to highlight our proposals to improve the experience of walking and the pedestrian environment.
Walkfest: 50 Ways to Better Walking
Tuesday 24 May 2022, 7pm-9pm, Watershed, Bristol
Based on the well-received booklet 50 Ways to Better Walking that we launched in November, at this free meeting we will take a look at some aspects of the pedestrian environment that affect all of us, from public toilets to pedestrian crossings, pavement parking to signposts.… Continue reading
From today (29 January 2022) the Highway Code has been changed to give greater recognition to pedestrians.
The revised code is based on the principle that those road users who can do the greatest harm have the greatest responsibility to reduce the danger or threat they may pose others.… Continue reading
Following in-depth consideration of the proposals being put forward for the A37/A4018 Corridor, BWA has submitted a detailed response to the consultation, which is now ending.
We support the many improvements that are being proposed to the pedestrian experience along the No 2 bus route.… Continue reading
Bristol City Council has been consulting on proposed improvements to Park Row, Perry Road, Upper Maudlin Street and Colston Street. These make permanent the cycle lanes brought in temporarily during the pandemic, but also offer some better facilities for pedestrians such as an extra signal-controlled crossing.… Continue reading
Mead Street runs parallel to York Road and the New Cut, joining Bath Road south of Temple Meads. It is currently occupied by mainly single-storey light industrial and service businesses. The aspiration is to create a flourishing urban neighbourhood with a mix of new homes and workspaces, as part of the Temple Quarter developments.… Continue reading
A consultation is underway on improvements that are being proposed to the A37/A4018 (Number 2 bus route) between Stockwood and Cribbs Causeway through Bristol City Centre. The proposals look to achieve major changes to make the roads better for buses, pedestrians and cyclists.… Continue reading
As our initial input to discussions on the future of the area around Bristol’s Cumberland Basin (named ‘Western Harbour’), BWA has put forward a statement identifying Key Walking Routes for the Western Harbour.… Continue reading
BWA has responded to the consultation on making permanent changes to the use of road space in Cotham Hill. This follows the temporary introduction of two traffic-free areas near the Whiteladies Road end of Cotham Hill to increase space for pedestrians and business use during the Covid-19 pandemic.… Continue reading