A consultation on a multi-million pound scheme to cut congestion and improve journey time reliability along one of High Wycombe's busiest routes, starts today (Friday 14 June).
Information from HS2 Contractor Eiffage Kier regarding the community engagement events held in central Buckinghamshire, and the proposals for progressing the HS2 construction project following those events.
Transport for Buckinghamshire and technology innovation company Smart Parking have recently installed in-ground sensors in limited waiting and disabled parking bays in the High Street and surrounding roads of Marlow town centre.
Local people are being asked for their views on Buckinghamshire’s highways and transport services – from the condition of roads and footpaths to the quality of cycling facilities.
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has launched its Respect Our Workforce campaign to remind members of the public to treat its operatives, inspectors and technicians on the road with due respect.
Safety improvements to help pedestrians and warn motorists are planned at around a dozen places along the A4010, the main Wycombe to Aylesbury road.
Pedestrians will need to look both ways before crossing two town centre roads in High Wycombe from Wednesday morning (29 May).
The workshops that help bikers take their skills to the next level are back in and around Buckinghamshire this summer.
A new two-way traffic system comes into force in Easton Street and Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, from the early hours of Wednesday, 29 May.
This year Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) will be spending £15 million on their road surfacing programme, aiming to make a significant difference to more than 100 different roads across the county.