Welcome to the Warmley Business Park Travel Plan Site. As your Travel Plan Coordinators we’re here to help you make the most of your area, by finding the best ways to travel to work as well as to local shops, restaurants and other facilities.
This page is designed for you! Think of it as your one stop shop for all the latest, up to date information regarding travel and your local area. On this page you can find information on:
- Local Shops
- Rail stations and timetables
- Bus stops and timetables
- Cycle routes
Much of the information is provided through direct links to other websites, this ensures that the information we provide is up to date.
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What’s in your local area?
Make the most of your lunch break by exploring the local area. The accessibility map highlights all your local amenities and services including; a post office, convenience store, bus stops, several pubs/restaurants, a museum, a place of worship, and Warmley Forest Park.
Take advantage of your lunch break and walk and explore the area that you work in.
Keynsham Rail Station is accessible via a 21 minute cycle from your workplace. Alternatively, the station can be accessed in 13 minutes via the 19A Bus Service from The Crown Way Bus Stop. Here you can find direct services to Bristol Temple Mead’s, Bath Spa, Bristol Parkway, Westbury, Great Malvern, Weymouth, and London Waterloo, with the journey times and calling points shown below.
Bristol Parkway Station can also be easily accessed from the site via the No.19 bus service.
For live updates and journey planner services in and out of Keynsham rail station visit National Rail Enquiries and click on arrivals or departures accordingly.
You can also create a pocket timetable, which will allow you to create a personalised timetable for up to three selected departures and/or arrivals. This can be downloaded as a PDF and printed from here.
Travelling with your bike? Taking your bike on board with you couldn’t be easier. Simply reserve a bike space when you book your tickets online, at your local staffed ticket office, or by calling 0345 7000 125. Folding bikes with a maximum 20-inch wheel can be carried as luggage without any restriction, but be sure to fold it before you board!
Your nearest bus stops are The Crown Way Bus Stops, located on Tower Road North, a 2 minute walk (100m) from your workplace. A summary of the services provided from the stop is summarised in the table below.
First Bristol , Bath & The West – Ticket Types
Single Tickets: A flat structure is in place in the Bristol, Bath and Weston-Super-Mare Zones. This means that wherever you travel in that zone, the price of a single journey will be the same. In the West of England Zone the cost of your single ticket is based on the route distance you travel.
Day and season tickets: If you’re making more than on journey on a particularly day, or are a regular traveller, these tickets can offer you great savings.
Did you know? You can now save money by pre-purchasing tickets for ‘First’ Bus services online or via the First Bus App. Simply buy the ticket in advance and validate it when you want to make the journey!
For more information…
For live updates and more information about your local First bus services, please visit: https://www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west
Or to find out further information about the bus services in your local area, including online timetables, route maps, bus real time information, ticketing information and journey planning tools, visit https://journeyplanner.travelwest.info/
The Warmley Business Park is situated in the vicinity of National Cycle Routes 4 and 16. The Bristol and Bath Railway Path runs to the east of the Warmley Business Park, accessible via Crown Way. The path totals a length of 15 miles and forms part of National Cycle Route No.4 which runs between London and Wales.
National Cycle Route No.16 runs along the A4174 to the west of the site and once completed, will connect Basildon with Shoeburyness, near Southend-on-Sea
The map below shows all the cycle routes surrounding your workplace. The full cycle map can be found here.
Have you thought about sharing your journey to work? This means that you can still benefit from the convenience of a car, whilst reducing pollution and congestion on your way to work.
Visit liftshare.com , gocarshare.com or BlaBla Car and see if any of your colleagues need a ride or wish to car share. For more information about car sharing contact your Travel Plan Coordinators (see last page).
Co-wheels Carclub – “Like owning a car without the hassle”
Co-wheels provides a cheaper, greener and more convenient alternative to owning and using your own car.
As a car club member you can hire cars online, or over the phone, and use your smartcard to access them .You can book a car for 30 mins to days at a time, only paying for the hire time and distance you drive, insurance and fuel costs are included in the price, no matter how far you drive!
Becoming a Co-wheels member is quick and easy – visit http://www.co-wheels.org.uk/ for more information.
joinmyjourney – joinmyjourney is a free to use journey and car sharing portal for participation organisations. If your workplace is not using joinmyjourney and would like to, register your interest here.
Local Travel News
This section is intended to keep you moving. Links below direct you to travel updates in your local area.
AA Traffic News – For live information on traffic and travel incidents. If you see the traffic is bad, why not hop on the bus or grab your bike. You could beat the traffic, help congestion and lower pollution!
LiftShare– Thinking about car sharing? This website page allows you find others traveling to Crosspoint Distribution Centre from your local area! So why not check it out and save money on transport?
National Rail Enquiries – For up to date information on your journey and to search for engineering works on rail routes.
Bristol Post– For up-to-the-minute traffic and travel updates in your local area.
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