Archive by category Transport

STEM Careers Move To Pole Position as One of a Kind Electric Race Car Visits Nottingham

STEM Careers Move To Pole Position as One of a Kind Electric Race Car Visits Nottingham

Renewable energy in transport will be racing to the finish line tomorrow at intu Broadmarsh, when  prototype electric racing car is brought to the STEMWORKS Festival of Science and Curiosity today Friday 20th March, from 9-4pm. The car has been developed by the East Midlands Centre for Automotive Training –part of Central College – to […]

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Ground-breaking jobs and growth deal sought by council and business leaders

Ground-breaking jobs and growth deal sought by council and business leaders

Council leaders from Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and business leaders from the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) are heading to London today (17 March) to open discussions with Whitehall to begin to negotiate a ground-breaking devolution deal for powers that will give local people and local businesses more influence over the things that make our economy […]

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Nottingham Station continues on a winning streak

Nottingham Station continues on a winning streak

Nottingham station has been named as the winner of a national award for ‘Station Excellence’ beating off stiff competition from other major stations including London Waterloo, Brighton, Wakefield Westgate and Gatwick Airport. The award, presented at the annual Rail Business Awards, follows the £60m completion of Nottingham station’s redevelopment scheme, which has created a new […]

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Council to provide vital transport link in Clifton during A453 works

Council to provide vital transport link in Clifton during A453 works

Nottingham City Council will provide a free shuttle bus service from tomorrow (Friday 13th February) to ensure vital public transport links are provided to parts of the Clifton estate that would otherwise be cut off when major works to remodel the Green Lane junction start tomorrow. The Council is providing the shuttle bus service following […]

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Should the A453 be named?

Should the A453 be named?

Nottingham City Council, along with Rushcliffe Borough Council and North West Leicestershire District Council, are considering a proposal to name the A453. The A453 is nearing the end of a £150million improvement scheme by the Highways Agency and if the proposals go ahead, the new name could tie in with the opening of the new […]

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