Global Road Safety Week (GRSW) is running from the 4-10 May 2015 and Transport for Buckinghamshire is promoting this event on behalf of Road Safety GB (lead organisation), which seeks to highlight the plight of children on the world’s roads and generate action to better ensure their safety.
As the County Council's current £25 million investment programme to improve roads begins, the focus is firmly on taking steps to achieve the best possible value for money for over 200 separate schemes planned for the coming year.
1 April signalled the commencement of the major 2015/16 Countywide Road Surfacing Programme being delivered by Transport for Buckinghamshire on behalf of Buckinghamshire County Council.
Transport for Buckinghamshire's patching programme is continuing this week (w/c 9th March).
Speeding is an issue that local communities can take ownership of by creating local Community SpeedWatch Schemes
The Chiltern Society has asked Parliament to construct a three bore tunnel, similar to the Channel Tunnel, for HS2 under the entire Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
On the 28th April 2014, the House of Commons voted on the 2nd Reading of the HS2 Hybrid Bill.
AVDC is again the only district council in Buckinghamshire offering the taxi token scheme in 2014/15.
A poem about HS2 for David Cameron
The Department for Transport has now deposited the Hybrid Bill for HS2, the first step in passing the necessary legislation and published the Environment statement for the project. So what happens next?