Archive by category Public Transport

Totally Transport is a winner for lucky Ng2 workers

Totally Transport is a winner for lucky Ng2 workers

Eleven lucky people who work at the Ng2 business park won great prizes in a special competition that took place on June 25th, 2015. Rail tickets, travel passes, a year’s free membership of the City Car Club and tickets for the Nottingham Playhouse panto were among the goodies presented to the prize-draw winners. The star […]

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Helping to bring festive visitors to the city

Helping to bring festive visitors to the city

A wide range of travel options and offers are available to people visiting Nottingham over the festive season. As Nottingham is poised to switch on its Christmas lights and open the Winter Wonderland on Friday (November 20), the City Council is promoting its public transport and car park offers to festive shoppers, while also scaling […]

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Ambitious for a low emission transport future

Ambitious for a low emission transport future

Nottingham City Council is driving the way towards a low carbon, sustainable transport future. The City Council is awaiting the verdict of the Government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) to its bid for a £8.5m to help develop electric car charging infrastructure and other measures to promote a low carbon transport area in the […]

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King Street and Queen Street Set For Essential Road Resurfacing Works

King Street and Queen Street Set For Essential Road Resurfacing Works

Nottingham City Council will soon be carrying out essential road resurfacing works on King Street and Queen Street (City Centre) from Sunday 13th September 2015.  These short duration works will start at 12:15 on Sunday morning and finish by 6am on Monday morning. During this time the road will be closed to traffic and buses […]

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Government minister and local employers amongst the many to welcome Nottingham’s new tram lines

Government minister and local employers amongst the many to welcome Nottingham’s new tram lines

Transport Minister Claire Perry has added to the chorus of approval being voiced by key public and private sector employers for Nottingham’s newly-opened tram extension, while the Campaign for Better Transport has urged other cities to follow Nottingham’s lead in using a Workplace Parking Levy to fund improved public transport. Ms Perry said: “The doubling […]

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