It means developers will need to work collaboratively with the council to help achieve the targets set in the Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP), which was adopted earlier this year.
Councillor Andrew Gant railed against suggestions from political opponent Councillor Ian Snowdon who questioned the levels of bus service cuts in rural areas, referring to “empty pledges” to reduce car journeys.
Concern has been raised that Oxfordshire residents may feel brushed off with no further action taken on more than half of reported road defects.
This comes as the Council proposes to bring together 22 actions in its Central Oxfordshire Travel Plan, including three major interventions in and around Oxford city centre.
This comes after the BBC reported at the start of September that just under £120k had been generated in fees and fines for non-payment.
The combined ticket at a reduced price offer is part of a six-month trial to encourage more people to choose the Park and Ride over car travel.
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.