North Somerset has good transport links and we help to
provide a comprehensive public transport network which thousands of
commuters and visitors use each day for work and
For more information about travelling in the UK Download if you
are disabled or less mobile, download the Disabled Persons
Transport Advisory Committee
accessible travel guide
accessible travel quide (rtf).
North Somerset is home to a major international airport, which
is one of the fastest growing regional airports in the UK
offering flights to more than 330 worldwide destinations.
For more information visit the
Information including bus lanes, passes, stops and
shelters, timetables and temporary changes to services, Greater
Bristol Bus Network, minibus permits and a guide to public
transport services. Find out more
about bus services.
Information about car sharing - including staying safe with your
car share partner - tips to drive economically to help you save
money and the environment and detail about on-street and off-street
parking facilities in North Somerset.
Find out about car
Community transport is a vital service for a lot of people who
have limited mobility or are elderly, and various schemes operate
throughout the district. For more information read our
community transport FAQs.
Information about the benefits of cycling, opportunities to
borrow a bike to try cycling before you buy your own, cycle
parking and security, popular cycle routes, cycle to work schemes
and our cycle forum for cyclists to discuss issues that affect
them. Find out more about
Grants and funding
To see if your business qualifies for our ermployer grants
or other forms of support to help businesses make their premises
more 'smart travel friendly' contact
Heavy goods vehicles
We are committed to restricting large and heavy vehicles to
using the most suitable roads across North Somerset. Restrictions
are based on different factors including environmental issues, the
types of structures alongside the roads and our local transport
plan. Routes unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles are
marked with signs showing restrictions which require the legal
backing of a traffic regulation order. For more
our streets and open
Home to school
We provide home to school transport for around 3000 eligible
children and 200 fare-paying children in North Somerset. Find out
school transport including eligibility and entitlement,
how to apply, appeals, policies and school crossing patrols.