Ashton Gate is a proposed station on the Portishead line, Phase 1b of the MetroWest programme, which is currently proceeding through the Development Consent Order process.
Location of proposed Ashton Gate station

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Studies have shown that it is not feasible to build a new Ashton Gate station as part of MetroWest Phase 1, although a new station at Ashton Gate remains within the MetroWest new stations package.

The West of England Joint Transport Board has stated that implementing MetroWest Phase 1 will not rule out options for an Ashton Gate station. Network Rail has also confirmed that the scheme will be future-proofed to enable a new station to be developed when the funding and business case allow.

Source: Travelwest (view).

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Further reading

Ashton Gate railway station – Wikipedia

MetroWest

Portishead line