A new feasibility study has set out the case for a railway route connecting Carterton, Witney, and Eynsham to Oxford. The preliminary strategic outline case for the Carterton-Witney-Oxford Rail Corridor […]
The closure of Botley Road at the rail bridge started today (11 April 2023) and overall it appears to have been a positive start with buses using the turning area created by the bridge for the first time.
Changes in bus services are set to be introduced from Tuesday, 11 April, due to the Botley Road rail bridge closure as part of the Oxford rail station development.
Europcar has introduced the Tesla Model 3 to its fleet, available for rentals from 1 day up to 3 months from locations around the UK, including the Oxford branch on the Little Mead Business Park.
Following two community drop-in sessions, Network Rail has provided an update on the Oxford rail station upgrade works, referred to as the Oxfordshire Connect programme.
A park & ride travel fare offer which makes parking and bus travel more cost-effective at Oxford’s park and rides has been extended by six months until 30 September.
Network rail has announced revised Botley Road closure dates to enable work to be carried out to upgrade the station and improve the road network nearby.
Oxfordshire County Council has launched a consultation on a proposed scheme to provide an alternative route and direct access to the B4009 on either side of Watlington without the need to travel through the town centre.
Oxfordshire County Council is considering whether to formalise how it engages with stakeholders and the public on major highways projects.
Planning application has been submitted for improvements to the A423 in Kennington, which includes replacing the existing rail bridge structure to allow allowing for a new eastbound bus lane.
The Kidlington roundabout revamp will see lower speed limits introduced, alongside other improvements, to a major route into Oxford – but a campaigner argues they should have been introduced sooner.
Oxford City councillors have been urged to keep the focus on reopening Oxford’s Cowley Branch Line rather than larger rail projects that could emanate from it.