Gipsy Patch Lane in Bristol will be closed for the next four weeks as work to construct the Metrobus extension for Cribbs Causeway begins.Read the full story ›
The Metrobus could operate on eight new routes, linking Bristol to Bath and Nailsea. it could also mean a new network for Weston-super-Mare.
There are already two routes running across Bristol, with a third due to open in January.
The West of England Combined Authority is proposing the new routes to encourage more people to stop using their cars.
Almost 10,000 drivers in just three months have been caught on CCTV using the flyover built exclusively for Metrobuses.Read the full story ›
The M2 route has been held up by ticketing problems and vehicles not fitting in the busways designed for them.Read the full story ›
People who wish to travel on the Metrobus from Monday, 11 June will need to buy tickets in advance.
More than 25,000 passengers have already used the service for free since it started last week.
Buses run from the Bristol & Bath Science Park to the City Centre.
The m3 bus service currently operating runs from Emersons Green and will call at Lyde Green Park and Ride, Bristol & Bath Science Park, Emerald Park Industrial Estate, UWE, Cabot Circus and the city centre.
The M2 will open in November followed by the M1 from Cribbs Causeway to South Bristol in January.Read the full story ›
The new bus network moved a step nearer today with a trial run of the first of three routes.Read the full story ›
The bus will make Bristol the first city outside London with a 'buy-before-you-board’ only service.Read the full story ›
Part of the controversial new £230 million bus system will have to be closed if it snows - because it is too narrow for snowploughs.Read the full story ›
Bristol city centre will be closed to traffic overnight for three weeks as roads are resurfaced.
The work is part of the city's MetroBus project.
Closures begin on Sunday 10th September and are planned to last three weeks.
The city centre will be closed to traffic from 8pm to 6am, Sundays to Thursdays.
During the night-time closures the following roads will be closed to traffic:
- Colston Avenue
- St Augustine’s Parade
- Broad Quay
- Rupert Street (south of St John’s Bridge)
- Baldwin Street (west of Marsh Street)
- Denmark Street (south of Gaunt’s Lane)
- College Green (south of St George’s Road)
- Anchor Road (east of Lower Lamb Street)
- Cannon’s Road
- St Stephen’s Street
- St Augustine’s Place