The council has approved proposals for double yellow lines running the length of Wantage Road in Didcot in a bid to stop people from parking in the cycle lanes.
This comes as Thames Valley Police questioned the effectiveness of the council’s plans to lower speed limits without other measures such as engineering or continual enforcement.
The proposals for improved provision for pedestrians, cyclists and buses on Woodstock Road is to be revisited in July, having been put on ice earlier this year.
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.
In a statement on the Council said it is: “…committed to doing all in its power, to prevent any recurrence of the recent tragic accidents involving cyclists.
A Channel Islands-based company is preparing plans for a Strategic Rail Freight Interchange (SRFI) on land immediately south and adjacent to the Chiltern Main Line.
The car park will close temporarily for 13 weeks from 16 May 2022, so the disused car park decking can be dismantled.
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.