The journey planner encourages people to explore a wider range of travel options for their journeys such as park and ride, bus, train or bicycle hire. It provides the opportunity to plan the whole journey from start to finish enabling people to combine different travel options together. It offers people living in the Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill area an easy way to access information to plan alternative and greener journeys.
The Travelwest Journey Planner is a free online service specific to the West of England region, and includes local travel options in Bristol such as electric car and bicycle hire.
How does Travelwest Journey Planner work?
Simply set your start and end journey points and travel preferences: walking, cycling, driving, bus or train. Based on these preferences the planning tool offers multiple combinations of travel allowing you to choose the best solution for your journey.
While this service is suitable for residents living in and around Bristol, visitors and business travellers to the city, the journey planner adaptations is particularly useful for people who live in Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill.
How to start using Travelwest Journey Planner?
Go to the Travelwest Journey Planner website in your phone or computer and start planning your journey. As simple as that! No registration needed, no added costs. Visit the website for further information.
The journey planner has created virtual travel hubs in and around Bristol, eg train and bus stations. These hubs allow citizens to change their mode of travel.
No, the Travelwest Journey Planner is free to use.
No, you just input your personal journey preferences.
Electric bikes →
Electric power-assisted bikes will be trialled in participating organisations for their staff to use during the working day and make commuting to and from work easier.
Electric taxi-bus / The Buzz →
An electric taxi-bus will provide convenient journeys in a vehicle shared with other passengers at an affordable price.
Electric vehicles →
Several electric vehicles will be available to hire in Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill, as part of the Co-wheels car club scheme.
Parking app / ParkUs →
A new parking app is being trialled and will suggest areas with free parking spaces before you travel to find a space quicker and more conveniently.
Charging Points →
Bristol City Council is introducing 24 new charging points for electric vehicles (EVs) in Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill.