Progressing the Western Cycle superhighway

Progressing the Western Cycle superhighway

Work to build the city’s new cycle superhighway ‘Western Corridor’ Section 1 from Palatine Street to Haslam Street continues it’s next phase on Tuesday March 29 and will be completed by May 6 2016. The Nottingham Cycle City Ambition Programme (NCCAP) is funded by the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership, which approved the £6.1m funding on […]

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Easylink – making the City more accessible!

Easylink – making the City more accessible!

Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council have launched a new and accessible network of Easylink buses for people who may struggle using existing local bus and tram services. Easylink is operated by Nottingham Community Transport and provides a door to door service, from 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday, travelling anywhere up to ten […]

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Consultation on the Southern Cycle Corridor opens

Consultation on the Southern Cycle Corridor opens

The second phase of Nottingham City Council’s proposed £6.1m Cycle City improvements is being planned and residents and businesses along the route will be the first to have their say. The Southern Cycle Corridor builds on cycle improvements already introduced as part of the extension of NET to Clifton, which help cyclists travel alongside and […]

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Guide to design Nottingham’s cycle ambitions published

Guide to design Nottingham’s cycle ambitions published

Nottingham City Council’s first edition of the Nottingham Cycle City Ambition Programme (NCCAP) design guide is now complete after feedback and consultation from local cyclists and cycling groups. The delivery of high quality cycle infrastructure is a key priority for the Council and this funding provides the opportunity to begin a step change in the […]

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Electric dreams becoming a reality

Electric dreams becoming a reality

Nottingham City Council’s bid for Government money to help achieve a low carbon, sustainable transport future has been successful. And Nottingham has been chosen to host a visit by Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin MP on Monday 25 January to announce the four national winning OLEV bids. A collaboration between the City Council, […]

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Nottingham City Council welcomes breath of fresh air from Defra

Nottingham City Council welcomes breath of fresh air from Defra

The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) has today announced its plans to help Nottingham City Council improve air quality in the city centre by introducing Clean Air Zones by 2020. The City Council is developing far-reaching measures to tackle city centre air pollution, by targeting the main vehicular causes of pollution whilst […]

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City Council welcomes Arriva Rail North Limited as the new Northern Rail Franchise operator

City Council welcomes  Arriva Rail North Limited as the new Northern Rail Franchise operator

Nottingham City Council is looking forward to working with Arriva Rail North Limited following the Department for Transport’s announcement of the successful Northern Rail franchise bidder on 10 December, 2015. The extensive Northern Rail network links Nottingham to Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, York, Bradford, Preston and Blackpool. City Council Portfolio Holder for Jobs, Growth and Transport, […]

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