Reports

West of England bus passengers face more cuts as dozens of services to be axed in April

About 42 bus services in the region face the axe, although there is confusion over exactly which ones.

Doubts over delayed work parking charge plan to raise cash for city’s struggling public transport

Callout: How is Bristol’s bus chaos affecting you?

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Bristol councillors back bringing buses into public control amid cuts to services

Political pressures is growing on Dan Norris, the West of England metro mayor, to explore how a bus franchising model could solve the wider Bristol region’s bus crisis.

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Explainer: How many protected bike lanes does Bristol actually have?

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Reports

Blind people facing ‘ongoing’ discrimination by taxi services, local organisations say

‘If we want more people to cycle, we need to make it feel safe’

Bristol cyclists’ experiences of intimidating driving underline the need for segregated cycle infrastructure.

‘Our future lies in sustainable cities’

To mark the launch of our Future of Cities series, Dr Sean Fox argues why cities like Bristol have limited powers and cash, but need to lead the way in finding a sustainable future.

Calls for West of England mayor to step in as bus service cuts bite

Private firms running buses like 'teaching pigs to dance', says Bristol transport chief, while Greens across city region urge metro mayor Dan Norris to 'take control'

Too many cars? On the streets in Bristol’s future first ‘liveable neighbourhood’

Restricting through traffic in the dense residential areas of Barton Hill, Redfield and St George will reduce pollution and encourage walking and cycling. But first, the council has to win people over.

Work on Bristol’s mass transit system could start in 2029 or 2030

The city's public transport system was promised by Mayor Marvin Rees during elections last year, but at a meeting this week he put forward a possible timeline for the works.

Concerns remain about Bristol’s Clean Air Zone, six months before launch

Criticisms of the Clean Air Zone include not enough support for businesses and legal pollution limits being too high.