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published on 20th August 2021

Work to start at railway bridge to support cyclist and pedestrian safety

Photo of Cllr Steve Reade

In anticipation for increased traffic levels in September as we ease back to normality, engineers have been reviewing the experimental Traffic Management arrangements at the …

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published on 19th March 2021

Cotham Hill to close to motorists to support businesses during pandemic

Cotham Hill Bristol shops with parked cars

From April 12, hospitality venues will be permitted to reopen using outdoor seating areas and a road closure is a response to calls from traders …

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published on 23rd February 2021

New one way scheme improves safety outside Worle Village Primary

Mother and daughter holding hands

Government funding for active travel has funded the scheme which addresses the lack of footway and narrow road outside the primary school. This was causing …

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published on 14th October 2020

Proposals for 20mph limits in Bath

20 miles per hour sign-min

In July the Government introduced Gear Change, a plan setting out actions required at all levels of government to create better streets for people that improve walking and …

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published on 10th August 2020

Consultation opens for new paths that will improve access to the Downs in Bristol

Family walking and cycling along the Down park in Bristol

The proposal has been co-developed with the charity Greenways and Cycleroutes and includes: A zebra crossing on Stoke Road near the Water Tower to improve …

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published on 4th May 2020

New 10mph zone and resurfacing at Royal Victoria Park

Photo of new 10mph road marking

Two large stretches of the private road which had deteriorated badly were resurfaced last week by Bath & North East Somerset Council and the road …

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published on 24th February 2020

Council introduce Bristol’s first ‘School Streets’

Wansdyke Primary School in Whitchurch and St Peter’s C of E Primary School in Bishopsworth are the first two schools to take part in the …

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