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Station Road is an important gateway into Yate, as well as being home to a diverse range of businesses and popular community facilities.

Working with the community, we hope to make it safer and easier for people to get about on foot, wheelchair, bicycle, bus and car.

We are committed to working with the local community on developing proposals for Station Road through a co-design process. This will build on feedback already received from residents and businesses.

We want to have an open discussion about what will make Station Road a better place for all.

Project updates

March 2023

More than 100 local people attended our community drop-in sessions at Yate Parish Hall on Thursday 23 February.

Topics discussed included:

  • public transport
  • junction improvements
  • walking, cycling and wheeling access
  • public spaces
  • parking

Lots of people who attended also signed up for the Station Road focus group who will work with us and other stakeholders over the coming months to develop proposals to make Station Road a better place for all.

Further design updates will take place later in the year including a community-wide consultation in the autumn.

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The wider project

Improving travel options along Station Road is part of a wider project for the A432, between Yate and the Avon Ring Road, and along the A4174, between the Wick Wick roundabout and Coldharbour Lane. You can find out more about this on our consultation page.

This project is part of a programme of works aimed at improving public transport throughout the region and funded by the West of England Combined Authority through the City Region Sustainable Transport Settlement fund, administered by the West of England Combined Authority.

In April 2022, the Department for Transport awarded the West of England Combined Authority £540m as part of the City Region Sustainable Transport Settlement. This funding will be used to deliver a coherent programme of investment in public transport and active travel across the region.

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