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Getting to the Gate: City Women vs Everton

Bristol City Women return to Ashton Gate tonight to take on Everton Women in the Fifth Round of the Women's FA Cup (February 17th, 7.30pm KO).

Here's the key travel information ahead of the fixture.

  • Ashton Gate is well connected by an extensive public transport network and fans can plan their best route here www.travelwest.info/matchday
  • Parson Street station is just 15 minutes walk from the stadium and you can plan your journey here www.gwr.com
  • To view First’s local area bus map click here https://www.firstgroup.com/uploads/maps/Bristol_Guide_reverse_WEB_0.pdf
  • Free cycle parking is located behind the South Stand
  • Cumberland Road is CLOSED to traffic between Avon Crescent and Mardyke Ferry Road. Pedestrians and cyclists can still pass on the north pavement but drivers are advised to plan an alternative route and allow additional time for their journeys. Metrobus M2 route has been diverted via Coronation Road and the A370 with Ashton Gate stop being replaced by a temporary stop at Clift Road. Full details and updates of metrobus diversions can be found here.
  • The Winterstoke Road Car Park will be open with 160 spaces available on a first come, first serve basis.

 


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