Four eyes are better than two as Buckinghamshire Council places two patrollers, double lollipops, to control traffic at Bedgrove School crossing site.
Nick Naylor, Buckinghamshire Council’s Cabinet Member for Transport, went to High Wycombe last week to check on the progress of the paving work taking place in the town centre
This temporary measure builds on an extensive package of industry support to keep railways running for passengers
A fleet of new, state-of-the-art electric scooters will soon be available in High Wycombe and Aylesbury as part of a 12-month rental trial, Buckinghamshire Council has confirmed.
The Leighton Buzzard Railway is delighted to announce that tickets for its Christmas season are now on sale, with fares held at 2019 prices
Consultation launched to update law on using a hand-held device while driving
Government signs new contract with Arriva to ensure train services continue across the UK’s most extensive rail network, from Aberdeen to Penzance
Buckinghamshire Council has announced plans to move ahead with the implementation of the Ivinghoe area 'freight zone', after some delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has carried out a number of safety schemes over the summer and whether that’s a safety barrier or an upgrade to a zebra crossing, they will all play their part in keeping us safe.
Captain Sir Tom Moore presented with the very first new Veterans’ Railcard, as new design unveiled