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£350,000 refurbishment for Victoria Bus Station

£350,000 refurbishment for Victoria Bus Station

The refurbishment of Victoria Bus Station is now complete improving facilities, ticketing and information for all bus travellers. Nottingham City Council used £350,000 of Department for Transport – Better Bus Areas funding to refurbish the bus station to make it a more attractive, comfortable and informative place to catch the bus. The bus station currently […]

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Green light for Eco Expressway

Green light for Eco Expressway

Buses, bikes and electric vehicles will get priority along one of Nottingham’s busiest routes, as it is turned into the new Eco Expressway. The six-mile route will run between the city centre and Vale Road in Colwick, via Manvers Street and Daleside Road. Work starts on October 3 2016 and will be delivered in phases. […]

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Robin Hood card available for student discount travel

Robin Hood card available for student discount travel

The Robin Hood travel card year pass will be available from 19 September, offering university students great discounts on travel across buses and trams in the city for just £270. The Robin Hood Student year pass gives unlimited travel within the Robin Hood Network Area until 31 July 2017, on NET Trams, Nottingham City Transport, […]

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Nottingham showcase their Go Ultra Low City aspirations

Nottingham showcase their Go Ultra Low City aspirations

Nottingham City Council is set to showcase its Go Ultra Low City aspirations at the UK’s largest Low Carbon Vehicle event on 14-15 September. The City Council will be presenting to industry and Government professionals at the LCV2016 in Millbrook how it is leading the way in supporting the introduction of Ultra Low Emission Vehicles […]

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Nottingham’s innovative WPL helps keep congestion at bay

Nottingham’s innovative WPL helps keep congestion at bay

Government figures show that traffic levels in Nottingham have fallen by almost 40 million car miles over the past 15 years, bucking the trend for most large English cities. The latest Department for Transport statistics reveal that the number of car miles in the city has fallen from 477,523,000 in 2000 to 439,761,000 last year. […]

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City Council and Specsavers share transport vision

City Council and Specsavers share transport vision

A local business has teamed up with Nottingham City Council to promote local sustainable transport by installing a display screen to stream live traffic and transport updates to 350 staff. The team at Specsavers’ Cirrus House on Experian Way has been awarded £8,500 of funding to install a 46” LCD display screen in the reception […]

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Expanded network celebrates first ‘Tramiversary’

Expanded network celebrates first ‘Tramiversary’

Nottingham’s tram network is celebrating the first anniversary of the opening of new lines to Clifton and Toton. Today marks 12 months since the network expanded to stretch 32km across Nottingham, providing 28 additional stops and linking the system to major destinations such as the Queen’s Medical Centre, the University of Nottingham as well as […]

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