Greater Brislington Together aims to develop a transport plan for the area which it can use as the basis for campaigning to improve transport services in the area.
The plan will be developed in conjunction with residents through meetings and workshops.
Our first meeting is on Tuesday 26th November 2019 at 7 pm at St Peter’s Methodist Church, 170 Allison Rd, Bristol BS4 4NZ.
You can find out more about our Neighbourhood plan and sign up to be involved here https://greaterbrislington.org/get-involved/brislington-neighbourhood-plan/
Liveable Neighbourhoods for Brislington https://www.facebook.com/groups/733016877436209/
The following bus services serve Brislington:
No 1 – Broomhill to Cribbs Causeway (via Allison Road, Sandy Park Road, Bath Road)
No 36 – Old Market to Brislington Village (via Wick Road, St Anne’s, Barton Hill)
X39/339 Bristol Bus station – Bath (via Arnos Court, Brislington Square, Hicks Gate)
178 – Bristol Bus station – Radstock (via Arnos Court, Brislington Square, Hicks Gate)
349 – Bristol Bus station – Keynsham (via Arnos Court, Brislington Square, Hicks Gate)
513 – Knowle – St Anne’s – Brislington (Tuesday and Thursday) (via Hampstead Road, Salisbury Road, Brislington Square)
514 – Knowle – St Anne’s – Brislington (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) (via Hampstead Road, Salisbury Road, Tesco)
Bus maps (to follow)
Better By Bike has some good resources for cyclists https://betterbybike.info/maps-and-rides
as does VisitBristol https://visitbristol.co.uk/things-to-do/sports-and-adventure/cycling
Our local bike shop – Briscycle are offering the use of their railings for bike parking at the top of sandy park road http://greaterbrislington.org/sandy-park-bike-parking/
St Anne’s Park railway station closed on 5th January 1970. Recent proposals have been made for the station to reopen as part of the MetroWest project to improve rail transport in the Greater Bristol area.
The nearest open railway stations to Brislington are Bristol Temple Meads (buses from the Bath Road) or Lawrence Hill (36 bus to Lawrence Hill).
Greater Brislington Together have been talking with the Bristol Ferry company about the possibility of extending their routes to the Netham Lock
Bristol Ferry Co have talked with the Harbour Master and know they can run the route, so they now need to know that there is a demand for the service.
We’ve put together a short survey to give the Ferry company an idea of likely usage from St Annes, St George and Netham into and out of town.
Please fill out our survey https://greaterbrislington.org/get-involved/bristol-ferry-route-extension-to-netham-lock/
The Existing timetable shows destinations travel times and pricingGBT on Social Media