Gloucestershire Parkway railway station
Gloucestershire Parkway railway station is or was a proposed development in transport infrastructure for a semi-greenfield site surrounded by warehouse and light industry units 1.4 miles (2.3 km) east of Gloucester city centre (including its main railway station) which is on a major east-west spur line off of the greater north-south Birmingham-to-Bristol line on which this station would be built. The proposed site is specifically by an intra-city (urban) part of the inceptive A40 road in an area known as Elmbridge Court, Gloucester, England, UK.
If approved its 2006-submitted designs involve building:
- an interchange for buses to Gloucester and Cheltenham accommodating a park and ride service
- a 500-space car park.
- Gloucester railway station
- Cheltenham Spa railway station
- Gloucestershire County Council bus transport services.
- Gloucestershire County Council - Frequently asked questions about Gloucestershire Parkway
- bbc.co.uk. "A new rail link for Gloucestershire". Archived from the original (shtml) on 2006-12-01. Retrieved 2007-05-14.
- BBC News Online (2007-05-11). "Government derails Parkway scheme" (stm). Retrieved 2007-05-14.