It's the biggest parking project ever undertaken in our region. Today the Mayor of Bristol outlined 20 new residents' parking zones around the city.
It'll mean tens of thousands of people will have to pay to park in front of their homes. But commuters coming into Bristol - many of whom park for free at the moment - will have to go elsewhere.
We have two reports. Bob Constantine on why the Mayor wants to introduce the restrictions, and Robert Murphy looks at those against the scheme:
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Thousands of students have taken to the streets of towns and cities across the West Country to call for action on climate change.
Despite being officially banned in 2010 due to safety concerns, volunteers have kept the tradition going
As far as Bank Holiday weekends go, this one is looking a bit mixed, however it isn't going to be a West Country washout.