Bristol investigates underground system to ease congestion

Bristol investigates underground system to ease congestion

Council says it could cost about £4bn to build three lines but critics dismiss idea as ‘pie in the sky’

Bristol is investigating the possibility of building an underground system to ease the city’s growing congestion problems.

The local council has said it could cost about £4bn to build three lines, including one linking the airport with the city centre.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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