The June update on the HS2 project from Tom Walsh, Chariman of Wendover Parish Council
For those who need to use public transport to make essential journeys, the advice is to check all the latest Government guidance to stay safe and protect others.
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has been planning essential works on the A41 Tring Road, Aylesbury for some time to resurface several sections and to underpin some of the slabs below the road's surface.
Early ground investigations start on Monday (18 May) as part of the design of proposed improvements to two junctions near Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe.
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has brought forward essential planned works for Marlow’s iconic suspension bridge while traffic is at an all-time low.
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has been continuing to ensure that the county's roads are safe and well maintained for those that need to use them during this period.
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Buckinghamshire Council has thanked the drivers and care assistants who are working behind the scenes to ensure that vulnerable children and the children of key workers can continue to get to school during the coronavirus lockdown.
From May 1 2020, Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) will be implementing a new Permit Scheme as a way to manage potentially disruptive street works.
In response to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak, Buckinghamshire Council has lifted all council car park charges and relaxed many on-street parking restrictions across the county.