Milton Park bus services will be extending the zones eligible for the £20 a year bus pass to include the villages of Drayton, Steventon, Sutton Courtenay and Milton.
Oxfordshire County Council is asking people for their views on plans to bring in 20mph speed limits to these two Oxfordshire towns.
The county’s cabinet issued the warning while discussing its Highways Asset Management Strategy & Policy, which sets out its approach to looking after the county’s pavements, cycle paths, roads and bridges.
The update approach will lead to a greater focus on improvements to footways, cycleways and facilities that better allow people to share the available space.
More than 20 of the 105 drivers or operators licensed by the district called on the council for the ability to charge more based on inflation and rising fuel costs.
The investment will help provide an enlarged station, boosting the number of passengers the station can serve and improving accessibility to the station.
The authority’s executive this week agreed to enter a five-year arrangement for Oxfordshire County Council to oversee enforcement of Cherwell’s car parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington.
Traffic filters are part of Oxfordshire County Council’s central Oxfordshire travel plan and are supported by Oxford City Council.
The recommendation to permanently implement the School Streets programme by the councillor in charge of Oxfordshire’s highways will apply to four Oxfordshire primary schools at drop-off and pick-up times.
The traffic filters are part of the Council’s Central Oxfordshire Travel Plan and are supported by Oxford City Council, and aim to reduce traffic, make bus journeys faster and make walking and cycling safer.
It is anticipated that move will streamline enforcement, save the Cherwell County Council around £100k anually, and speed up card payments.
Measures will be taken to manage costs rather than find extra money if inflation further affects the major new roads project in Didcot.