Road deaths rise

Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is urging the UK government to put in place a comprehensive new focus on road safety.

Bucks laid bare

Heart of Bucks and Community Impact Bucks have both published significant reports which provide a detailed, data-driven picture of the county.

Barbecue blaze alert

Dangers from throw-away barbecues have prompted warnings from Buckinghamshire Council as lockdown restrictions are relaxed and residents are able to travel more widely for lei

Roadworks ahead

Roadworks are continuing across Buckinghamshire, to keep the highway safe. Works, which are part of Transport for Buckinghamshire's highways maintenance programme, take place

Historic bridge repairs

The 200-year-old Ivinghoe Bridge, near Cheddington, is to be repaired and strengthened following a structural review.The work, originally planned for January, has been

Taxi crackdown

A  joint operation to enforce taxi safety has been undertaken by Aylesbury Vale District Council Taxi Licensing team and Thames Valley police.As a result, two private hire vehicles were suspended

BBC man to start race

WheelPower, the National Charity for Wheelchair Sport, has said that the BBC's Buckinghamshire-based Art Editor Will Gompertz (pictured) will start the Tour de Vale Charity Bike Ride at Stoke Mandev

Child car seat checks

Motorists can get their child car seats checked this Monday, March 11, between 10am-2pm at Tring Road Tesco, Aylesbury. The pop-up event will be held by Thames Valley Police with team members from Sa

Truck project

A four-year action plan has been launched to look in detail at ways to solve lorry hotspot problems and better manage freight around Buckinghamshire's roads.  It comes with the approval last week of

Stay computer safe

Are you aged 50 or above and do you regularly use the internet? If so, are you sure you’re using it safely?Buckinghamshire County Council is launching an innovative e-safety programme in Aylesbu

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