Where the road changes are, how long they'll be in place and where to park.
Works to improve public transport, walking and cycling, and to install a District Heat Network start on 10 January 2022.
There'll be temporary changes to roads until summer 2024.
Find out why the road changes are needed on the East Bedminster regeneration website.
Traffic restrictions in place
- is closed to all traffic between 7am and 7pm, except for buses and access for continuous active loading which is allowed at any time
- does not allow parking between 7am and 7pm, this includes traders and customers in private vehicles as well as blue badge holders
These restrictions will be in place until at least summer 2024 and breaking them constitutes a traffic offence.
The police will be enforcing these regulations.
Cyclists and e-scooters can travel in both directions along East Street.
Where to park
Parking is available in the:
- Diamond Street car park
- Sheene Road car park
- Hereford Street car park
- Little Paradise Street car parks
The nearest disabled parking spaces to East Street are:
- available next to Little Paradise car park (four spaces)
- within Little Paradise car park (two spaces)
- available in Sheene Road and Diamond Street car parks (two spaces each)
Access for cars
Access for cars coming from South Bristol is by a marked diversion route, which is suitable for Clean Air Zone non-compliant vehicles.
Malago Road and Dalby Avenue
Malago Road and Dalby Avenue (A38) will be one way southbound only, from the East Street and Dalby Avenue junction to the Malago Road and Sheene Road junction.
Buses in and out of the city centre will be unaffected, except for the 24 in the Southmead direction.
East Street will stay open northbound for bus services and cycles.
Access to the Malago Trade Park
In order to minimise disruption to businesses, access to the Malago Trade Park will be:
- Along St Johns Street.
- Along St Johns Lane, with the road closure temporarily removed, southbound only.
- One way southbound along Malago Road.
Dean Lane and Coronation Road junction
To prevent additional traffic using Dean Lane, access will be one way to vehicles southbound, coming off Coronation Road. There'll be no entry from Dean Lane onto Coronation Road, except for cycles.