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published on 26th October 2021

Have your say on permanent Cotham Hill changes

Plans to make increased pedestrian access and business space available on Cotham Hill permanent are being put before Bristol’s citizens for their views over the …

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published on 1st September 2021

Breathing easier as pollution reduces in Bath

Clean Air Zone road sign in Bath city centre

A report to be considered by cabinet on Thursday 9 September reveals that nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels have dropped by more than 12% compared with the same quarter …

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published on 23rd August 2021

E-cycle funding boost to get more residents on their bikes

Women riding an ebike

The council has secured £70k to purchase ten e-bikes and four adapted e-trikes for residents to loan for free. The money will also fund  the …

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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 16th July 2021

Businesses pedalling and walking for a greener West of England

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The “Joy in the Journey” guide is jam packed with helpful advice for businesses to support their employees to walk or cycle. Top tips in the guide …

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published on 14th July 2021

Schools’ clean air poster competition winner announced

Schools’ clean air poster competition winner Bath

The colourful winning entry, designed by Lois, aged 8, urges people to ‘stop air pollution by walking or cycling through Bath’, which is a timely …

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published on 8th July 2021

New Cabinet Member will move transport forward in Bristol

Profile photo of cllr Don Alexander at College Green Bristol

Cialis 5 mg prix Par exemple, une étude a révélé que les hommes en bonne santé qui prenaient du vardénafil et d’affections ou pas de …

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published on 7th July 2021

Bristol Bridge bus lane made permanent

Doug Claringbold (First) Marvin Rees and Cllr Don Alexander at Bristol Bridge

Bus lanes and enforcement cameras were installed on Bristol Bridge, Baldwin Street and Union Street last summer as part of work to improve air quality …

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