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  • Further enhancements to Keynsham High Street

    Residents and businesses in Keynsham have been notified of enhancements being made to the cycle lane on the High Street following feedback received on the recently completed road scheme.

    Delivering for local residents, Streets and Highway Maintenance,

  • Hackney Carriage tariff consultation launched

    Proposals to increase the cost of fares for Hackney Carriages in Bath & North East Somerset are being consulted on.

    Giving people a bigger say, Transport, consultation,

  • Council Leader welcomes bus decision as “victory for common sense”

    Bath & North East Somerset Council Leader Councillor Kevin Guy has welcomed a WECA decision on supported bus services as a “victory for common sense”.

    Parking and Travel, Delivering for local residents, Transport,

  • York Street public inquiry reminder

    People who wish to attend a public inquiry into a Traffic Regulation Order for anti-terrorism purposes to close York Street, as part of a Bath city centre security scheme, are being reminded of the in

    Delivering for local residents, Focusing on prevention,

  • B&NES delivers good services for children, young people & families

    Children’s Services in Bath & North East Somerset have been judged as good following a rigorous Ofsted inspection.

    Delivering for local residents, Focusing on prevention, Children's Services,

  • York Street Traffic Regulation Order Public Inquiry update

    Council officer, Counter-Terrorism Policing South West Inspector and Avon & Somerset Chief Inspector statements have been published ahead of a public inquiry into a Traffic Regulation Order for anti-t

    Delivering for local residents, Focusing on prevention,

  • Ukraine crisis – advice on showing support

    Many residents across Bath & North East Somerset are asking what can they do to help alleviate the appalling suffering unleashed by Russia’s horrifying invasion of Ukraine.

    Improving people's lives,

  • Cleveland Bridge renovation update

    Engineering work on Bath’s historic Cleveland Bridge will continue in the run up to Christmas and resume on January 4.

    Delivering for local residents, Streets and Highway Maintenance, Transport and Roads,

  • City Centre Security plans to move ahead

    Proposals for anti-terrorism security measures which will restrict vehicles in some Bath city centre streets, to protect the public, are moving ahead with access measures for Blue Badge holders.

    Delivering for local residents, Focusing on prevention, Transport and Roads,

  • Statement from Councillor Manda Rigby, cabinet member for Transport

    Councillor Manda Rigby, cabinet member for Transport, said: “We need to set the record straight following a cabinet meeting last Wednesday where Cllr Vic Pritchard confused two different ATTROs

    Improving people's lives, Focusing on prevention, Delivering for local residents, Transport and Roads,