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All aboard for a tale of two cities!

All aboard for a tale of two cities!

Bus travellers between Derby and Nottingham are being offered a cheaper ticket to attend top summer attractions in each city. The new Metro ticket will provide a £1 saving on any trentbarton route for people going to selected events marks the formal launch of the Metro Strategy, strengthening co-operation between the two cities. The strategy sets […]

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Queens Drive set for essential road resurfacing

Queens Drive set for essential road resurfacing

Nottingham City Council will soon be carrying out planned resurfacing work on Queens Drive to ensure it remains safe for all road users. The work will be carried out in two phases and will take place outside normal working hours to minimise disruption. Phase one will be taking place on the inbound lanes between Clifton […]

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New funding allows Nottingham to charge ahead with taxi ambitions

New funding allows Nottingham to charge ahead with taxi ambitions

Nottingham’s ambitions to promote zero-emission taxis in the city have been given a £936,000 funding boost. The Government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) has announced that Nottingham was successful in its bid for £702,064 – topped up to £936,090 through separate Government transport funds for Nottingham – to help convert the local taxi fleet […]

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Commuters advised to avoid protest disruption this evening

Commuters advised to avoid protest disruption this evening

Commuters are being warned that protestors are due to March along Mansfield Road into the city centre this evening (Monday 20 February). It is part of a national protest against a planned state visit by US President Donald Trump, organised in Nottingham by Nottingham People’s Assembly. The march will start at 5.30pm at the Forest […]

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Nottingham joins cities to urge Prime Minister to take action on air quality

Nottingham joins cities to urge Prime Minister to take action on air quality

Councillor Jon Collins has joined four other city council leaders and the Mayor London to urge the Prime Minister to take urgent action to tackle air pollution. Every year in Britain 40,000 people die early as a result of air pollution and research from London demonstrates the resulting health effects disproportionately impact the most deprived […]

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