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published on 24th March 2021

Motorists advised to pre-plan journeys ahead of major road closure

Illustrative artwork of Cleveland Bridge road closure

The £3.8 million scheme is set to start in April, when scaffolding is erected, ahead of the bridge closing fully in May. It is expected …

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published on 2nd March 2021

Chew Stoke School scores gold for sustainable travel

Photo of young children riding scooters in a playground

Modeshift STARS is a national accreditation scheme that recognises schools that champion healthy and active ways to travel to and from school, as well as …

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published on 26th February 2021

New family cycle and activity park for Bath

New family cycle and activity park for Bath

Following an open procurement exercise, Bath & North East Somerset Council has agreed to appoint Bristol-based company Pedal Progression to provide a new family cycle …

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published on 22nd February 2021

Consultation for active travel schemes launched

Illustration of people walking and cycling

The council today (Monday 22 February) launched its consultation for two proposed schemes which could see cycling and pedestrian improvements to A4 Upper Bristol Road and from …

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published on 12th February 2021

Still time to take part in B&NES transport consultation

B&NES transport consultation artwork of people walking and cycling

Residents and business are being encouraged to have their say on the Bath Transport Delivery Action Plan.  The aim of the plan is to identify deliverable …

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published on 10th February 2021

Work to repair Cleveland Bridge to get under way this spring

Photo of Cleveland Bridge in Bath

The major engineering project which is set to start mid-April is part of millions of pounds of investment in infrastructure projects happening this year to support …

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published on 29th January 2021

Chew Valley walking and cycling trail plans move a step forward

Chew Valley lake in West of England

Joint cabinet members for Transport Services, Councillor Joanna Wright and Councillor Neil Butters, are being recommended to agree to change the provisional capital programme item …

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