Portway Park & Ride is a new station being built on the Severn Beach line in Bristol. It will be located alongside the existing bus Park & Ride site on the A4 Portway, close to Junction 18 of the M5.

Once open, the station will provide another choice of sustainable travel into city centre as well as to destinations along the Severn Beach line and connections to the wider rail network.

The station is due to open later this year.

Facilities

The station will have a fully accessible single platform which will be served by existing trains on the Severn Beach line.

It will be equipped with:
  • A ticket machine
  • Smart ticket readers
  • Live train departure screens
  • A help point
Access to the station will be through the existing Portway Park & Ride site.

Once the station has opened, the existing bus Park & Ride site will remain in operation with buses departing to the city centre every 20 minutes.

Making the work possible

The station is being funded by:
  • Department for Transport
  • Bristol City Council
  • West of England Combined Authority
The project forms part of the wider MetroWest programme of transport improvements.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When is the station opening?
  • What trains will call at the station?
  • How many platforms will the station have?
  • Is there a building at the station?
  • Will the station be staffed?
  • Does the station have a car park?
  • Do I have to drive to the station to use it?
  • The park & ride site is locked overnight by Bristol City Council, will I still be able to use the station?
  • What is MetroWest?