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First point logistics staff standing holding the bikes purchased with their grant

Active travel grants available in North Somerset

Active travel grants available in North Somerset

Businesses, schools and community organisations in North Somerset can now apply for grants to support on-site initiatives that will make it easier for staff, customers, visitors or students to choose zero-emission and active travel options.

Bristol Bridge View - CB Bristol Design 2020

Bristol Bridge bus lane made permanent

Bristol Bridge bus lane made permanent

Priority is being permanently given to buses, cyclists and pedestrians in the city centre after the Mayor of Bristol declared the trial closure of Bristol Bridge a success this week.

Photo of the Banwell bypass junction, showing trucks and a car driving past on the main road.

Consultation launches on Banwell bypass route

Consultation launches on Banwell bypass route

The first public consultation on Banwell bypass is now underway, marking important progress for the long-awaited scheme.

Illustration showing people walking in a park, and cyclists and a bus on a road. #CleanAirforBristol

Bristol’s Clean Air Zone to launch in summer 2022

Bristol’s Clean Air Zone to launch in summer 2022

Boosted support package will help city adapt to changes.

Metro Mayor Dan Norris on e-bike

Extra cash will get more people pedalling

Extra cash will get more people pedalling

More residents and employees across Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire will soon be able to reap the benefits of pedal power, thanks to additional funding secured by the West of England Combined Authority.

Keynsham businesses are still open but the High Street is closed to vehicles from June 28 for three weeks. We're sorry for any disruption. Find out more about the project at www.bathnes.gov.uk/keynsham

Keynsham High Street temporary closure

Keynsham High Street temporary closure

Keynsham High Street will be closed to all traffic from June 28 for an estimated three weeks for excavation works, as part of the major town centre improvement scheme being carried out by Bath & North East Somerset Council.

Road traffic sign in a road in Bath showing "Clean Air Zone. Charges apply. Pay online."

Signs of change after 100 days of Bath’s Clean Air Zone

Signs of change after 100 days of Bath’s Clean Air Zone

After 100 days of operation, Bath & North East Somerset Council has revealed that the number of polluting, chargeable vehicles seen driving in Bath’s Clean Air Zone is gradually falling, as vehicles are replaced with cleaner, compliant ones not subject to charges.

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