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Bath train station

We are changing how people travel around our region, with more journeys by public transport, walking and cycling. We're making transport more reliable, affordable, enjoyable and safe.


To meet our ambitious 2030 net zero target we need better public transport. We are working to improve bus services, so that we have a greener, better connected transport network for our residents.

Bath train station Image credit: Visit Bath

We’re funding a new entrance at Bristol Temple Meads, a key regional transport hub, making it easier for passengers to get around the city and improving connectivity in the West of England region.

Man walking his dog in Bath

We have committed £13 million to enable more people to walk and cycle, including immediate support for Covid recovery and the reopening of high streets.

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We help to make journeys in the West of England as simple as possible. Travelwest provides journey planning and live updates, as well as information on public transport fares, routes and timetables and support for walking and cycling.

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The future of transport

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Future Transport Zone

We’ve committed £4 million to trial new ways of moving around the region.

Lady getting off a train
Transport delivery plan

Setting out the transport projects (2021-2026) planned for the West of England region.

Mobile app for bus information
Smart technology

We’re giving people travel and transport information at their fingertips.

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Mass transit system

A new and ambitious mass transport system to revolutionise travel.

Building a sustainable future for West of England Transport

We have submitted our proposals for a transport settlement from Government to help us achieve our net zero carbon targets and transform the way people travel across the region.

This funding is for a five-year period (2022- 2027) and is focussed on how we will decarbonise transport, promoting a shift from cars to public transport, walking and cycling.

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Cyclists on Bristol to Bath shared path near Warmley Waiting Room

We want to provide better and more sustainable transport to help people move around more easily, lower carbon emissions and improve the environment we live in.

metrobus m2 service going over Ashton Avenue Bridge with pedestrians and cyclists

We are committed to reducing carbon emissions and improving air quality by cutting traffic congestion. Find out more by reading our plans in the Joint Local Transport Plan 4.