| April 10 2014 - School Bus Carrying Students Crashes in Brentwood, 1 Injured|
A school bus reportedly carrying several students was involved in a crash with two other vehicles in Brentwood Thursday morning. The crash took place at San Vicente Boulevard near South Bristol Avenue ( map) at about 7:30 a.m., according to …
| March 22 2014 - Exit 7 traffic project to begin|
BRISTOL, Va. — Motorists should expect modified traffic patterns and delays at one of the city’s busiest intersections, beginning next week.
| March 21 2014 - KenMcCormick published BRISTOL TRAFFIC: Diversions around Old Market, accident in...|
WORK to repair a burst water main in Old Market Street is continuing to cause disruption to traffic. All vehicles, including bus services, have been diverted away from the outbound A420 around Broad Plain, Unity Street and Midland Road, where temporary traffic lights are in operation. The diversion affects bus services 4, 6, 7, 24, 36, 42, 43, 44, 45, 48, 49 and 332. Police report that an ...
| March 09 2014 - Experts: Some studies indicate school bus seat belts unneeded|
BRISTOL, Tenn. — In nearly six decades in the school bus business, Kenny Morrell has not become a fan of seat belts on buses.And some heavy-hitting national transportation officials and academic studies agree.As Morrell prepares to give up 40 routes his Holston Bus Co. operates for Sullivan County schools but keep 17 he operates for Bristol, Tenn., schools, he said he is not convinced seat belts ...
| March 01 2014 - Piney Flats man charged in Bristol bus crash|
A 33-year-old Piney Flats man was charged Friday with driving with suspended license, failure to provide proof of insurance and failure to exercise due care after he hit a Bristol Tennessee School bus
| February 28 2014 - Venue published Eating out in Bristol - Mark Taylor reviews Ruby Jean's Diner at...|
Now into its sixth year, Start The Bus is a multifunctional venue – part bar, part pub and part music venue for the coolest of up-and-coming bands.By day, however, it morphs back into a bright and breezy bar, where you can enjoy a decent cup of coffee, or order sensibly priced food from the new American-influenced Ruby Jean's Diner.With its utilitarian mismatched furniture it's all very cool and ...
| February 11 2014 - BUSINESS SCENE: Albert is Bristol chambersâ top dog|
Don’t make the mistake of thinking Jim Albert, the new top dog at the Bristol Chamber, has an oversized ego. Just the opposite. When asked Monday what surprised him the most about his new job he paused, then said: “So many people have told me, ‘You’re the right guy or the job.’ So, there’s pressure to succeed; a lot of things need to be done.”
| February 04 2014 - Be part of Bristol's bus punctuality log|
BUS services in Bristol have been given a battering by campaigners over the last year, leading to radical changes to inner city fares. And now campaigners want to take their work a step further – by tackling punctuality.
| February 04 2014 - The Bristol Post commented Is your bus on time? Be part of Bristol's bus punctuality log|
BUS services in Bristol have been given a battering by campaigners over the last year, leading to radical changes to inner city fares.And now campaigners want to take their work a step further – by tackling punctuality.Bristol Bus Users, a group founded by fare-reduction protester Dan Farr, is calling on passengers to record arrival times in February for its Lateness Log.The log aims to record ...
| February 04 2014 - Bus driver spots six foot CROCODILE lurking in Bristol|
The reptile was reportedly spotted by a bus driver yesterday. The alarm was raised by Avon and Somerset Police Chief Constable Nick Gargan who said an officer had been 'flagged down' after the alleged sighting.
| February 01 2014 - iBoutique closing after a decade in downtown Bristol|
The blue “Shop Small” mat in front of 295 Hope St., is worn and faded, most likely from years of foot traffic. Sadly, there wasn’t enough foot traffic to keep the business nestled in the 900-square-foot retail space afloat. As of this Sunday, iBoutique will be closing its doors forever, after 10 years of service. […]
| November 20 2013 - The Bristol Post commented First Bus introduces lower fares in Bristol|
NEW reduced bus fares have been introduced on First Bus services in Bristol as part of a major restructuring. First announced its plan to drop ticket prices following a sustained public campaign by the Make Fares Fair pressure group. The new structure includes the permanent reintroductions of the three-stop-hop for £1 alongside new £1.50 tickets for three-mile journeys inside a new inner zone ...
| November 20 2013 - The Bristol Post published BRISTOL TRAFFIC: Gloucester Road closed after cyclist injured|
UPDATE 9AM: First Bus are reporting delays and diversions on some of their services travelling down Gloucester Road. Bristol: Services 70, 73, 75, 76, 309, 310 disrupted by closure of Glos Rd & diverted traffic on Ashley Down Road. Delays 20-30 minutes SDM— First Bristol Bath (@FirstBSA) November 13, 2013 ********************** UPDATE 8.50AM: Police now think only a cyclist was involved in the ...