Water supplies in the Chilterns could be threatened if HS2 is allowed to go ahead as currently planned
Whilst world champion F1 drivers were planning how to take the Silverstone surface, surfacing of a different kind had been going on along the roads outside.
Cheryl Gillan MP went to see the Buckinghamshire County Council patching crew repairing potholes in Wey Lane, Chesham Friday 19 June.
Buckinghamshire County Council Transport Cabinet Member Mark Shaw unveiled new double stack cycle parking at Great Missenden station Wednesday June 17, during National Bike Week.
A dozen Year 6 pupils will help launch the 2015 Bikeability programme in Buckinghamshire on Tuesday (June 23).
The release of £3 million from the County Council reserves will fund resurfacing work on Buckinghamshire's minor roads.
Work starts next Thursday (May 21) on Wycombe's new Westbourne Street Link.
Officers from Transport for Buckinghamshire and Thames Valley Police were out during Global Road Safety Week advising motorists on the importance of making sure children are safely strapped into the correct car seats.
Global Road Safety Week (GRSW) is running from the 4-10 May 2015 and Transport for Buckinghamshire is promoting this event on behalf of Road Safety GB (lead organisation), which seeks to highlight the plight of children on the world’s roads and generate action to better ensure their safety.
As the County Council's current £25 million investment programme to improve roads begins, the focus is firmly on taking steps to achieve the best possible value for money for over 200 separate schemes planned for the coming year.