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Transport Investment Success
The West of England LEP has secured funding for five transport schemes the full rapid transit network in Bristol and packages of improvements in both Bath and Weston-super-Mare. That’s £136 million here of government funding, a £244 million total (quarter of a billion...) investment in transport.

The three rapid transit schemes in Bristol (Ashton Vale to Bristol City Centre, North Fringe to Hengrove Package and the South Bristol Link) will form a network which will bring a step change in new public transport provision to the Greater Bristol area. The rapid transit network will serve the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone supporting the creation of 17,000 new jobs, the South Bristol employment area supporting 10,000 new jobs and the Science Park (including the National Composite Centre) and Filton/A 38 enterprise areas (supporting 13,000 new jobs), linking new housing areas and addressing congestion hot spots.

The Bath Transportation Package supports the 9,000 new jobs expected as part of the Bath City Riverside Area. The Weston Package is key to the Weston-super-Mare Gateway Enterprise Area that will bring 11,000 new jobs to the area.
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Transport Investment Success
The West of England LEP has secured funding for five transport schemes the full rapid transit network in Bristol and packages of improvements in both Bath and Weston-super-Mare.