The One Path: BS5 project seeks to build on the success of the Bristol and Bath Railway Path, while addressing issues that sometimes arise on one of its busiest stretches.
Local residents let us know their thoughts about the Bristol and Bath Railway Path at our community engagement events
One Path: BS5 Project
Sustrans, in partnership with Bristol City Council, has been awarded funding from the Department for Transport to improve the Bristol and Bath Railway Path. The project focuses on a 1.7-mile section of the path, between Clay Bottom and Trinity Street.
Through a series of workshops and surveys, we are working with the community on the changes they want to see to the path.
The aim of this project is to make the path a safer, more inclusive space where no one is excluded.
Latest project news
We’ve closed the latest round of consultation on the designs, and would like to say great big thank you to everyone who commented, either at the public event or through the online survey.
We’re now busy working with Bristol City Council to refine the designs further, based on everybody’s feedback, to get them ready for the approval process.
These technical documents have informed the designs that are currently being considered.
- Feasibility study: this sets out the engineering opportunities and constraints at different points along the path. This includes ecological considerations, for example protected wildlife habitats, and topographical constraints
- Topographical survey information: this is an accurate physical site assessment that shows where features - like trees and lamp posts - are located along the path. It also shows site boundaries
- User count data: this is an open data set that shows the number of people using the path at the Whitehall section