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published on 22nd November 2022

College Square School Streets early engagement

Photo of College Square School Brixtol

This is the initiative that aims to make roads in school communities safer for everyone. So far seven schools in Bristol have had their streets …

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published on 11th November 2022

Work to start on three B&NES Liveable Neighbourhoods trials

Poster promoting livable neighbourhoods in Bath

The schemes will see through-traffic restrictions operating in Church Street, Bath, Southlands in Weston, and Queen Charlton Lane near Whitchurch village from Thursday 17 November for a minimum of …

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published on 7th November 2022

Multiple roads in Bath get 20mph speed limit

20 mph sign

The changes follow a consultation last November in line with the Government’s Gear Change plan, which set out actions required at all levels of government to create …

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published on 4th November 2022

Princess Victoria Street pedestrian zone to become permanent

Princess Victoria Street Bristol

Following a successful trial, plans to make Princess Victoria Street’s pedestrian zone permanent have been approved. In August 2021 a section of Princess Victoria Street …

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published on 21st October 2022

Update on A36 Beckford Road cycling and pedestrian improvements

Photo of road ahead closed road sign

Bath & North East Somerset Council is notifying residents of some night time road closures needed next week to finish the cycle lane between Bathwick …

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published on 3rd October 2022

Accessible all-weather path opens at Stoke Park

Accessible all-weather path opens at Stoke Park

The finishing touches were made to the path in September, which is now available for everyone to use. It connects Lockleaze with Jellicoe Avenue at …

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published on 2nd October 2022

Have your say on 20mph plans for Hutton

20 mph road road sign

North Somerset Council and Hutton Parish Council are consulting on plans to introduce the zone in order to create a safe environment for school students, …

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