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Keynsham public realm improvements design

Keynsham High Street public realm improvements set to begin

Keynsham High Street public realm improvements set to begin

Works to enhance Keynsham High Street are set to start on May 24. The permanent improvements include footpath widening and resurfacing, better signage and cycling and bus stop facilities.

Pupils with bikes and scooters standing in front of Wansdyke Primary School. Credit Bristol Design

Safer roads for Bristol with roll out of the ‘School Streets’ pilot

Safer roads for Bristol with roll out of the ‘School Streets’ pilot

Plans for car-free pick up and drop offs during the school run are being rolled out at two schools in Bristol.

Person on red bike preparing to cross at the new festival way crossing. There's a red vehicle stopped at the red traffic lights.

Festival Way crossing improves safety

Festival Way crossing improves safety

A new Toucan crossing has been installed on the popular Festival Way by the Ashton Court Estate. The crossing will make it safer for people walking and cycling to cross the busy B3128.

Illustrative Logo showing the Bristol Suspension Bridge and a hot hair balloon. It reads Bristol Walk Fest. 1 - 31 May 2021.

Get walking this May! Join the Bristol Walk Fest 2021

Get walking this May! Join the Bristol Walk Fest 2021

The month-long Bristol Walk Fest returns this May with a ‘one stop shop’ website of walking in Bristol featuring an impressive variety of walking routes, groups, information and competitions.

Improving air quality - parking permits consultation. Our consultation runs until May 24 and we would like your views on changes to: residents' parking permits based on emissions; permits for hotels, guest houses and holiday lets; permits for medical and social care workers; price review.

Consultation begins on changes to on-street parking in Bath&NES

Consultation begins on changes to on-street parking in Bath&NES

Residents and businesses are being asked for their views on a series of proposed changes to on-street parking across Bath and North East Somerset.

Cropped photo of people walking on a path

Get active for National Walking Month

Get active for National Walking Month

Residents across North Somerset are being encouraged to put their best foot forward and ‘walk this May’ for National Walking month.

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