Bus Services

Photo of a Stagecoach double-decker bus on a rural road.

Welcome to the Journal’s guide to bus services in Stoke Gifford and Little Stoke, with links to timetables, route maps and journey planners.

Stoke Gifford benefits from the large number of services that call at Bristol Parkway Station. These services travel along Hatchet Road, Brierly Furlong and Great Stoke Way (southbound) or Fox Den Road (northbound).

Services in Stoke Gifford and Little Stoke

10 Avonmouth – Lawrence Weston – Southmead Hospital [- UWE – Bristol Parkway Station]1
12 Severn Beach – Easter Compton – Cribbs Causeway – Little Stoke – Bristol Parkway Station
19 Bristol Parkway Station – Kingswood – Bath
73 Bradley Stoke – Bristol Parkway Station – Bristol city centre (via A38) – Whitchurch
963 SERVICE WITHDRAWN. Patchway – Bradley Stoke – Stoke Gifford – Winterbourne Academy – (school service; also open to general public)
M1 MetroBus Cribbs Causeway – Bradley Stoke – Harry Stoke – UWE – Bristol city centre (via M32)
M4 MetroBus Cribbs Causeway – Little Stoke – Bristol Parkway Station – UWE – Bristol city centre (via M32)
T1 Thornbury – Bradley Stoke – Harry Stoke – Bristol city centre (via M32)
Y6 Chipping Sodbury – Yate – Winterbourne – Bristol Parkway Station – Little Stoke – Stoke Lodge – Cribbs Causeway – Southmead Hospital – Henleaze – Bristol city centre

Last update: 3rd September 2023


  1. A few journeys each day start/end at Bristol Parkway Station rather than Southmead Hospital

Recent changes:

Bus timetables, route maps

Journey planners

Missed the bus? Check out our guide to Taxis in Stoke Gifford.

Stoke Gifford and Little Stoke latest news.

Real-time bus information

Available at bus stops on the following local routes: 73

Also available online here. Search by service number, stop reference or postcode.

Service operators

Useful links

  • Traveline – the UK’s No 1 website for impartial information on planning your journey, by bus, coach or train … or any combination of the three!
  • Four Towns & Vale Link Community Transport – Providing safe, cost effective, accessible transport to residents and groups to complement the existing transport system.
  • Getting About Greater Bristol (Accessible Transport) – Travel information for disabled people.

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