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Ashton Gate is a football stadium and the home of Bristol City football club. But it’s much more than that – Bristol’s Premier League rugby club (now rechristened the Bristol Bears) is there, the sometimes site of international football matches and pop concerts. Add to that a world-class conference venue, meeting rooms, catering – oh, yes, and people get married there.
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When it comes to on-street parking, the answer to questions about where to park around Ashton Gate? is: “Not here.” On-street parking near Ashton Gate is very limited indeed. Most roads in the Ashton Road Industrial Estate, which is accessed opposite the entrance to Ashton Gate on the other side of the flyover, have double yellow lines signifying “No parking at any time,” and the police find easy pickings here on match and events days from people who hope to get away with it.
Companies in Ashton Road Industrial Estate sell parking spaces in their own car parks on match and events days. There are a number of spaces to park on match days at nearby Bedminster Cricket Club – but get there early. Other off-street options include:
Bus services are frequent, and Bristol has two key hubs in the national rail transport system. Always remember, though, that the half hour after a match or event ends may see as many as 27,000 people seeking to get away from the stadium. Pressure on all traffic, including buses, can be severe. Services 24 and 777A leave from Durnford Street in both northwest and southeast directions. Services 3A, 100, 222, 224, 225 and 77A leave from Smyth Road, once again in both directions.
Blue Badge holders are able to safely park for up to 3 hours on yellow lines where loading and unloading are not restricted. They can also park free of charge all day in any pay-and-display parking space. In off-street car parks, any restrictions will be indicated.
Bristol contains a number of Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ). Restrictions include:
Generally speaking, the restrictions around Ashton Gate are among the strictest in the city.
The only bank holiday on which no restrictions apply is Christmas day.
Any passengers can be picked up and dropped off anywhere there are no yellow marks on the curb, but this does not confer a right to wait there.
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