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Trenchard Street is a road in Bristol. It is also the home of the Trenchard Street car park, so one answer to the question: where to park in Trenchard Street, Bristol, may be: In Trenchard Street, Bristol!
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On-street parking spaces are mostly pay and display. The amount payable and the maximum stay vary from place to place and will be clearly indicated on signs.
Trenchard Street multi-storey car park has 936 parking spaces. There are 8 bays on Level 1 at which electric cars can be charged. The car park is open 24/7 and payment is on exit by cash or card. Charges are £1.50 for an hour rising to £12 for more than 4 hours during the day. There are attractive evening and overnight rates. Bristol has a number of other multi-storey car parks with a range of prices and sizes. Cabot Circus, for example, has more than 2,500 parking spaces available 24/7 and there are 1,000 parking spaces at The Galleries shopping centre.
The floating harbour ferry is the most unusual form of public transport in Bristol; apart from that, bus services within the city are frequent and excellent, and Bristol Temple Meads Station and Bristol Parkway Station are key hubs in the national rail transport system.
Blue badge holders can park for up to 3 hours on yellow lines, provided there is no restriction on loading or unloading. They can also park free of charge all day in any pay and display parking space. Nor do they have to pay when using a resident’s parking bay intended, or shared, or disabled use bay in a residents’ parking scheme. In some areas, parking in a disabled parking bay is limited to 3 hours. When using an off-street car park, any restrictions for blue badge holders will be indicated.
Central Bristol, which includes Trenchard Street, is a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ). The object is to keep traffic moving and all streets in the CPZ are subject to parking restrictions at least some of the time. The restrictions include:
The area immediately outside the CPZ is also subject to restrictions, in this case, through the provision of residents’ parking schemes.
Restrictions concerning single yellow line parking continue to apply on bank holidays, including Good Friday, but do not apply on Christmas Day or on any Sunday. Pay and display parking spaces are free on bank holidays and there are no restrictions on resident parking bays.
Passengers can be dropped off and picked up from any location, as long as there are no yellow marks visible on the kerb, but this does not authorise any right to wait there.
Brunel’s SS Great Britain is on show in Bristol and it is a good base from which to explore the 440 Acre Downs and the Clifton Suspension Bridge. But perhaps the greatest appeal of Bristol is simply wandering around its historic avenues and soaking up the atmosphere.