A £2.78 million programme to repair the county's worst pothole 'farms' is to be launched by Buckinghamshire County Council.
Bookings are now being taken for the most extensive Be a Better Biker (BaBB) season in Buckinghamshire so far, with the full day sessions only costing £20 per rider.
The WPC HS2 working group has been busy expanding the number of friends Wendover has in high places, with a targeted campaign in both Houses of Parliament.
In 2017-2018, approximately £960k was spent on long-term improvements to Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and traffic signals across Buckinghamshire.
Plans to improve the Cressex Link junction in High Wycombe could include a cycleway, Buckinghamshire County Council has confirmed. However, before construction starts residents and businesses will be asked what they think.
Transport for Buckinghamshire responded to a call for help this morning from their colleagues at Wycombe District Council housing department. Residents at Saunderton Lodge, WDC’s emergency accommodation on the outskirts of town, were snowed in – and three women at the lodge had gone into early labour.
The best solution to get HS2 past Wendover is a tunnel.
Transport for Buckinghamshire is introducing an Experimental Traffic Regulation Order (ETRO) in sections of Aylesbury town centre which prohibits vehicles from using Market Square past the northern boundary of the Green Man pub in either direction.
Residents and businesses are being invited to feed into plans for handling tomorrow's freight in Buckinghamshire.
Transport for Buckinghamshire is continuing its county-wide streetlight replacement programme over the next few months with a further 4500 old style sodium lanterns being replaced with the more environmentally friendly and longer lasting Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) lanterns.