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West of England Mayor calls for the region to follow lockdown guidance and urges businesses and residents to access support

West of England Mayor calls for the region to follow lockdown guidance and urges businesses and residents to access support

Following the announcement of a national lockdown, West of England Mayor Tim Bowles is urging residents to follow the latest government guidance to stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives.

Local residents asked for views on transport improvements and river restoration plans: The Green - Proposed design (river in low flow) (C) 3D Drawing Office JBA Consulting

Bristol residents asked for views on transport improvements and river restoration plans

Bristol residents asked for views on transport improvements and river restoration plans

Consultations launch on plans to improve the River Malago and transport network in Bedminster

Woman riding a voi e-scooter in an Autumn scene

West of England becomes first region in UK to offer Voi e-scooters for long-term rental

West of England becomes first region in UK to offer Voi e-scooters for long-term rental

People across the region will soon be able to rent an e-scooter and take it home after the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) and Voi Technology announced the launch of their long-term rental scheme, as part of the region’s e-scooter trials.

Cllr Steve Reade standing next to the new EV charging hub

Flagship EV charging hub opens at Bristol and Bath Science Park

Flagship EV charging hub opens at Bristol and Bath Science Park

EV owners in South Gloucestershire are now able to charge their vehicles at the Bristol and Bath Science Park (BBSP).

First section of new link road opens in Weston-super-Mare

First section of new link road opens in Weston-super-Mare

The first section of the North South Link Road at Parklands Village in Locking, Weston-super-Mare has opened this week.

Cleaner Air Ahead - Bath Clean Air Zone

Two-month countdown to Bath’s Clean Air Zone

Two-month countdown to Bath’s Clean Air Zone

Businesses and individuals across the south west are being asked to check whether they will need to pay to drive their vehicles in Bath’s Clean Air Zone ahead of its launch on 15 March.

aerial photo of the city of Bath at night - Copyright BathNES Council

Next steps in ambitious Bath & North East Somerset transport plans

Next steps in ambitious Bath & North East Somerset transport plans

A major transport consultation and invitations for expressions of interest on liveable neighbourhoods were launched today as part of the council’s next steps to tackle congestion, improve health and support more walking and cycling in Bath and North East Somerset.

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