Residents in the Iver area are being canvassed for their views as part of a major traffic and transport study led by Buckinghamshire County Council.
A new community bus for north-west Buckinghamshire was official launched on Thursday evening (July 14) by High Sheriff Millie Soames.
How would you like to own an alarm clock that allows you to sleep in longer if there is road congestion on your journey to work?
Preparation work on a new shared cycleway and footpath linking Winslow with Buckingham begins today (Monday July 4).
From Monday (June 27), thousands of Buckinghamshire residents will get the chance to have their say about the local road and transport services they receive as part of a national survey involving 106 local councils.
More than 200 roads and pavements across Buckinghamshire are in line for £16m improvement works.
Views are being sought from across the county on proposed changes to home to school transport in Buckinghamshire.
With the big kick-off less than a week away, Morning After – a campaign to remind people how long it takes for alcohol to pass through the body – has launched its Euro 2016 campaign.
The Road Safety Team at Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) and Thames Valley Police were out and about during May to raise driver awareness of the importance of ensuring their eyesight meets the ‘standards of vision for driving’.
With a deft snip of the scissors Val Letheren, the new Chairman of Buckinghamshire County Council, declared Aylesbury's new Stocklake (urban) link road ready for traffic.