Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways
WHAT DOES FOSBR CAMPAIGN FOR? Read our FOSBR Rail Plan 2018! (UPDATED OCTOBER 2018)
We campaign for Bristol-area rail improvements, forming part of a wider integrated public transport network
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JLTP4 WECA have issued their draft Joint Local Transport Plan Version 4 (JLTP4) - We have until February to respond - can you help? - December 2018



Filton Bank Filton Bank four tracks are now in use - hurrah! GWR want us to report back any ongoing issues with Severn Beach Line - 19th November 2018



Bristol Transport Strategy Response FOSBR Response to Bristol Transport Strategy Consultation- 2nd November 2018





4-tracking Four-tracking service disruption and Stapleton Road access changes - Autumn 2018




SVB disruption (Image: Dungeness) Reasons for cancellations and turnbacks by calendar month to end-September 2018: shows 166 introduction in July 2017, snow in March 2018, BASRE re-signalling in April 2018. October & November will be greatly impacted by Filton Bank blockades - please check www.gwr.com/bristol2018

FOSBR AGM January 2019 The FOSBR AGM is coming up in January. Our speaker, Graham Ellis, has rail campaigning experience across the region. Come and hear his ideas! - 18th January 2019 19.15pm



Newsletter October 2018 Newsletter Edition 98 - Filton Bank four-tracking underway. Station at Aztec West? Trams to Portishead line? Get the latest... October2018



SEWWEB Here are proposals for Pilning & Aztec West from some local rail campaigning colleagues - we hope to discuss these further at our next FOSBR AGM in January 2019 - November 2018


SVB disruption Severn Beach Line disruption: graph of cancellations, turnbacks and late trains by calendar month - to end-September 2018. Late-runners still significantly above pre-166 levels. October & November will be greatly impacted by Filton Bank blockades - please check www.gwr.com/bristol2018