A new £13 million multi-storey car park at Bristol Parkway railway station has officially opened, providing a much-need extra 710 parking spaces for commuters, a recent news report in the local media reveals.
Before the work, the site was regularly full, with commuters struggling to park. The project added a completely new storey to the car park, and saw the whole site redeveloped.
Rob Mullen, First Great Western general manager for the central region, said: “Bristol Parkway Station serves almost three million rail passengers a year and this is expected to grow significantly when the line to London is electrified.
“I am delighted to be able to provide the minister with a tour of the new facility which significantly increases capacity, ensuring that we can cater for the increase in passenger demand both now and in the future.”
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