The new park-and-ride site for the east of Bath could be built across the border in Wiltshire, new B&NES council councillors have said.
An old landfill site and a railway yard (possibly out towards Box) are being considered by the Council.
Council Leader Liberal Democrat Paul Crossley said they wanted to avoid using the previous option at Bathampton Meadows.
Campaigners have been fighting against plans to build on the Bathampton meadow for some time, claiming the loss of green space would be “unforgivable”.
“The beautiful approach to Bath is as important to the character of the city as any of the attractions that are within the World Heritage Site,” the Save Bathampton Meads campaign group said.
Mr Crossley said the discussions with Wiltshire County Council would begin soon.
“We have spoken to Wiltshire Council on a number of issues and we are now asking our officers to start talking to Wiltshire Council on the issues of sites,” he said.
“That is a conversation that is starting but hasn’t started yet.”
Alison Millar, from the campaign group, said she was “delighted” that other options were being considered and said Bathampton Meadows was not suitable for a park-and-ride.
“It isn’t going to solve the problems of traffic on Bath’s roads,” she said.