Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) was very proud to be announced as the overall winner of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Global Award - “Improving Customer Service through Collaboration” at the Institute of Asset Management awards on 27 November 2019.
Two Buckinghamshire schools have been awarded a national acclaim for their savvy sustainable school travel plans which encourage children and young people to walk or cycle to school.
More than 130 members attended a celebration at Leighton Buzzard Railway on Sunday 17th November to commemorate 100 years since the line first opened.
Important upgrades to two junctions along the A40 London Road in High Wycombe will be done during the next fortnight
Work started today (Monday) on improvements to the A418 Oxford Road, Aylesbury.
Significant changes to the proposed mitigation work planned for Link Road, Great Missenden were agreed yesterday (October 29) by HS2, following a meeting with officials from Buckinghamshire County Council.
Following local feedback, HS2 have discussed the Great Missenden Link Road works with Buckinghamshire County Council and agreed to postpone the Link Road works until early 2020.
A spell of dry weather forecast for Sunday (27 October) should allow contractors to continue resurfacing work on the A413 Wendover Bypass.
What has the street lighting team at Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) been doing this year in preparation for longer nights?
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has been working closely with homebuilder Taylor Wimpey to carry out some of its routine maintenance work during the current overnight closure of the A41, Aston Clinton Road, Aylesbury