The work has been delivered at pace thanks to the £1.4 million of funding secured by the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) from the Government’s Local Growth Fund.
The work will see two structures built to enable access both over and under the railway, connecting two sides of new housing areas in north-west Bicester.
Residents of the Iffley and St Mary’s areas in Oxford are set to benefit from several secure cycle storage facilities to allow them to keep their bikes safer from theft.
Residents in the Headington area of Oxford will soon be able to rent an e-scooter as part of a trial to allow residents to both travel in a socially distanced manner and cut carbon emissions.
Residents in Oxford’s Temple Cowley, Church Cowley and Florence Park areas will soon learn of progress made to make residential roads in their areas safer for cycling and walking.
The cities are developing business cases in an England-wide competition to switch an entire town or city’s bus fleet to electric vehicles.
Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford City Council are asking for your views on a revised Oxford Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) Pilot proposal by Sunday 17 January 2021.
The project to reform its highways service has brought in an extra £400,000 a year, increased public satisfaction, and helped residents highlight which roads need fixing.
Plans include better connections into Oxford with acceleration of a new park and ride at Eynsham as part of the Science Transit 2 (ST2) scheme for the A40.
Dozens of neighbourhoods across Oxfordshire are enjoying smoother roads and pavements after this year’s ‘micro-surfacing’ programme came to an end.
Oxford, Witney and Bicester are set to benefit from the cash boost to improve active travel options and support local economic recovery over the coming months.