On right road with £3m

An extra £3 million investment to improve Bucks roads has been agreed, in addition to the £24 million already allocated to highways improvements.

Town gets plugged in

Electric vehicle drivers can now take advantage of four new EV charging points in Aylesbury town centre’s Waterside North Car Park.

Plea to communities

Do you have an interest in helping improve your local area? If so then a local community board wants to hear from you.Mem

Village traffic easing

Plans for Buckinghamshire's first 'freight zone' to control the movement of HGVs in and around the Ivinghoe area take a step closer with the start of a four-week public consul

New waste fleet rolls in

A new vehicle fleet for general rubbish and food collections is ready to roll.This week, new kerbside collection vehicles

£3.95m to ease HS2 pain

The Buckinghamshire HS2 Road Safety Fund will open on 22 February. Applications are being invited for schemes that will create safer roads for those who live and work in the c

New ways to travel

An Aylesbury Travel app has been designed to let people choose the best green way to travel around town.The web-based app

Junction build begins

Construction work begins on Monday 25 January to build an access junction to serve a brand new Sainsbury's store being built on the corner of Bicester Road and Gatehouse Road,

New vaccination sites

The COVID vaccination roll-out continues in Buckinghamshire this week, with GP-led sites opening in Stoke Mandeville and High Wycombe to give vaccines to patients aged 80 and

Covid-19 SOS alert

Buckinghamshire Council, in consultation with health service bosses, has declared a ‘Major Incident’ amid fears the rapid rise in the number of Covid-19 cases could overwh

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