The Didcot Garden Town housing infrastructure programme is a combination of four projects to ensure there is the capacity to connect 12,000 houses set to be built to the south of Oxford.
Expect cheaper fares for under-19s, new rural services, bus priority improvements and traffic filters to reduce journey times across Oxfordshire.
Oxfordshire County Council’s cabinet will be urged to demand more from private bus operators involved in a new partnership with the authority.
The chargers – which have been installed as part of the county-wide Park and Charge scheme – are ready to use by EV owners in the council-run car park in Cattle Market, Abingdon.
Wallingford North has become the fourth 20mph pilot scheme to be unveiled in Oxfordshire, as part of plans to reduce the speed on the majority of the county’s 30mph roads.
This comes after a bid for government funding was approved, and Oxfordshire County Council awarded £32.8 million from the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (ZEBRA) scheme.
Oxfordshire County Council, in partnership with Oxford City Council, has received a £500,000 grant to support Oxford to become a zero emission transport city.
The council this month applied for £32.8 million from the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (ZEBRA) scheme.
As Oxford’s Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) pilot comes into effect, here’s a quick look at what it it and what it means for drivers.
Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford City Council have announced proposals to support a sustainable and reliable zero carbon transport network in Oxford.
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils will be entering a bid for Didcot to be the home of the new Great British Railways headquarters. The government competition […]
Archaeologists working on the HS2 route excavated the Roman town in Fleet Marston, near Aylesbury and the late Roman cemetery containing around 425 burials in Buckinghamshire.