A bendy bus scheme is to be introduced in Bristol within the next two years.
The government is to fund the £42m project for the city as part of its overall future transport strategy for England.
The route planned for the bus is from the Long Ashton park-and-ride site and along Cumberland Road before heading through the city to Temple Meads.
Bendy buses have been phased out in London, with the capital's mayor calling them "much-loathed vehicles".
Money for the scheme has been set aside as part of the Regional Funding Allocation - a process of prioritising major transport schemes across the whole of the south west region over the next 10 years.