DfT updates traffic order guidance

DfT updates traffic order guidance

This guidance applies to the Traffic Orders Procedure (Coronavirus) (amendment) (England) regulations 2020 (Statutory Instrument No. 536) (“the S.I.”) that came into force on 23rd May 2020. The S.I. applies to England and is temporary. The amendments it has introduced will remain in... continue

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England prepares for pub reopenings on 4 July

England prepares for pub reopenings on 4 July

Mark Moran

Pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and cinemas will reopen on Saturday 4 July in what is the biggest easing of lockdown restrictions in... continue

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English international travel corridors revealed

English international travel corridors revealed

Mark Moran

Passengers returning to or visiting England from countries such as Germany, Greece, France, Italy and Spain will no longer need to... continue

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English schools and colleges to reopen in full in September

English schools and colleges to reopen in full in September

Mark Moran

Current restrictions on group sizes will be lifted to... continue

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£500m funding support for English councils

£500m funding support for English councils

Mark Moran

The Government has announced £500m of support for English councils and a package of measures to mitigate the impact of... continue

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PM Johnson’s ‘New Deal’ stresses desire to reduce planning delays

PM Johnson’s ‘New Deal’ stresses desire to reduce planning delays

Mark Moran

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised to reform the planning... continue

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50 projects compete for Restoring Your Railway funding

50 projects compete for Restoring Your Railway funding

Fifty bids to build or reopen rail lines and stations, including some closed by British Rail chief Dr Richard Beeching during the 1960s, have been received across England and Wales, rail minister Chris Heaton-Harris... continue

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£200m package for R&D intensive companies

£200m package for R&D intensive companies

Mark Moran

Innovative ideas and projects led by companies recovering from the impact of coronavirus will not be lost, thanks to a new... continue

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Kent gets £1.6m in active travel funds and declares 20's Plenty for Faversham

Kent gets £1.6m in active travel funds and declares 20's Plenty for Faversham

Juliana O'Rourke

Kent County Council has welcomed news that government has awarded it... continue

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One metre social distancing unlikely to boost bus capacity

One metre social distancing unlikely to boost bus capacity

Andrew Forster

The Government’s decision to reduce social... continue

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Upheaval for buses – WECA

Covid-19 will cause lasting damage to the bus sector in Bristol and the surrounding area, the West of England Combined Authority has warned, and could demand new thinking on the regulatory framework for the industry.  Peter Mann, WECA’s head of strategic transport integration, told the... continue

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No cash to increase bus services in Wales

Bus operators in Wales have offered a gloomy assessment of the prospect for running additional services, with no sign of additional funding coming from the Welsh Government.  Bus operators in England have received additional grant from the DfT to fund the ramp-up in services as lockdown... continue

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More average speed cams for Coventry

Coventry City Council is to install average speed enforcement cameras on more roads. The council has approved installations on Longford Road, Bell Green Road, Burnaby Road and Sky Blue Way. Cameras were installed on London Road and Ansty Road in January 2019 and on Binley Road and Henley Road at... continue

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