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More parking made available at Bristol Parkway

A further 100 parking spaces are to be made available to motorists at Bristol Parkway railway station after commuters have complained about a lack of space.

Motorists have been using temporary car parking while a new multi-storey car park is constructed at the station. However, construction work has lead to the closure of a number of spaces to allow the construction to take place, which has lead to hundreds of fines for commuters who are struggling to park.

The multi-storey construction project, which is expected to be complete by April 2014, is costing around £13 million and will provide an extra 700 parking spaces at the station.

The additional 100 spaces, which have now been provided by First Great Western (FGW), can be found in Hunts Ground car park, directly opposite South Gloucestershire Council's Parkway North car park. The addition of the spaces has now brought the parking back up to pre-construction levels.

A spokesman for FGW said: “This additional parking wasn’t available when the construction started, but we are pleased to have been able to do this deal to help improve things for customers while the building work is completed.”

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