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Getting to the Gate: Leicester Tigers - December 3rd

Here's everything you need to know about Getting to the Gate for Saturday night's Gallagher Premiership round 11 clash with Leicester Tigers (8pm KO).

Clean Air Zone - NOW LIVE

Bristol’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) is now live and fans are encouraged to check whether they will be affected.

Non-compliant vehicles will be charged between £9 and £100 per day to drive through the zone in central Bristol.

Although Ashton Gate itself sits just outside of the zone, some roads near the stadium are within it and thus we encourage fans to carefully plan their journey.

Full details on the CAZ including maps, schedule of charges and a vehicle compliance checker can be found at www.cleanairforbristol.org/caz/.

Matchday bus

Fans are advised to use the matchday shuttle bus services which offer free parking and travel from just £1 return. Additional capacity is being added on all routes meaning an increased frequency of services.

Services will depart between 530pm – 730pm as follows:

  • AG1 Portway Park & Ride (via Portway) – approx. every 12 mins
  • AG2 Brislington Park & Ride (direct service) – approx. every 15 mins
  • AG3 Temple Meads (via Broadmead and the centre) – approx. every 20 mins

All services drop-off and collect from Winterstoke Road, outside Ashton Gate. The last return service on all routes will depart at 1130pm. Full details including route maps, times, pricing and ticket information is available at www.bristolbearsrugby.com/travel .

With the Clean Air Zone now active buses may be busier than usual and we strongly advise fans to use the earliest service possible pre-match and to consider using later post-match departures.  

Rail

An additional service will call at Parson Street at 22:14 heading to Nailsea & Backwell, Yatton, Worle, Weston-super-Mare and stations towards Exeter St Davids.

Walking/Cycling

Fans walking or cycling from the city centre and harbourside are advised that Gaol Ferry Bridge is closed for repairs. Vauxhall Bridge and Bedminster Bridge remain open. Full details Gaol Ferry Bridge restoration (bristol.gov.uk).


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