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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 cabinet at Oxfordshire County Council cabinet will receive an update on proposals for Oxford United’s new stadium on council-owned land known as “the Triangle”.
Oxfordshire County Council’s Cabinet has approved an agreement with Oxford United to govern open and transparent relations between the two parties while exploring Oxford United’s stadium proposals.
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.
The UK’s first ever fully electric autonomous bus service launched at 10.00am on Thursday, 02 March at Milton Park in Oxfordshire.
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.
Some Oxfordshire residents receiving only housing benefits can now claim £300 to help with living costs, thanks to the latest round of the Household Support Fund.
A large majority of parents and children across Oxfordshire have been offered their first choice of secondary school for 2023/24, according to Oxfordshire County Council.
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.
Councillors in charge at Oxfordshire County Council have been urged to proceed with caution when conducting reviews of executive pay.
Councillors at Oxfordshire County Council have said that the council’s spare seats scheme has not changed and that work to improve provision is ongoing.
The councillor in charge of finances at Oxfordshire County Council has launched a staunch defence of its spending plans.