Portway, also known as Portway Park & Ride and Portway Parkway, is a new single platform station that will be built in Bristol alongside Portway Park & Ride, located between Shirehampton and Avonmouth stations on the Severn Beach line.

The Portway Park & Ride station scheme is fully funded, with the cost of the project – which includes work that has already taken place – being between £3.4 – 3.6m. Following some delays due to the pandemic, detailed project design is now progressing, with work set to start on site at the end of this year ahead of completion of construction in the summer of 2021.

Source: Bristol City Council spokesperson, quoted in Portway train station is delayed again, on BristolLive website.
Under Phase 1a of the MetroWest programme, services on the Severn Beach line will be increased to two trains per hour and extended beyond Bristol Temple Meads to Bath, with a planned extension to Westbury announced by West of England Combined Authority in June 2020 (see here).
Location of planned Portway Park & Ride station

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Severn Beach and Henbury lines

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Further reading


Portway Parkway railway station – Wikipedia

Portway train station is delayed again, on BristolLive website

West of England Investment Board – Full Business Case – Scheme: Portway Station (May 2016—pdf;53pp)