Show some respect, say school 'lollipop' teams

Some motorists are actually speeding up to avoid stopping and letting children across the road.So say school crossing patrollers - better known as lollipop men and women.Now a plea has gone ou

'Oxbike' on course

The Bike Oxford weekend continues to grow, with local support and everyone welcome.Bike Oxford, now in its 11th year, is an event with real community spirit. Championed by Oxford City and Oxfordsh

New life for towpath

Work on upgrading the 1.7-mile canal towpath between Wendover and Halton has now been completed.The high-specification upgrade was supervised by the Canal & River Trust and the work carried out by

Gritters hot to go

We may be enjoying an Indian summer but Buckinghamshire’s gritters are already out and about.Drivers have been taking the gritters out for a test run of their usual routes to help refamiliarise

Appy exploring

Bucks families are being urged to explore the great outdoors right on their doorstep, using a simple, new mobile app. The free Love Exploring app gives people access to a range of games to play an

E-bikes join chain

Two electric bike hire schemes have launched in Aylesbury and High Wycombe, alongside Zipp Mobility's existing e-scooter innovations. A total of 25 e-bikes will be available for people to hire ac

New route is a real gem

The Platinum Way project - pioneering futuristic methods of travel - is finally complete.The transformative project a

Highway to the future

Buckinghamshire Council wants to hear views on its draft vision and objectives to guide future development and transport in the county.The cou

Travel fund boost

An award of £397k in funding has been made to Bucks from the Active Travel Capability and Ambition Fund.This is a national initiative from Active Travel England and the

Station future on track

A grant of £18.6K has been made to look into improving access to Bourne End railway station.Buckinghamshire Council successfully applied for a grant from Great Western Rai