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Metro Mayor Dan Morris sitting on a bike with Rod Standing standing next to him. Both are smiling.

Charity bike business plans to cash in on Bridgerton boom

Charity bike business plans to cash in on Bridgerton boom

A Bath charity is launching a brand new e-bike scheme for tourists which will raise vital cash to reduce homelessness and tackle long-term unemployment.

Councillor Steve Reade is standing in front of a digger, besides him are two workment in hi vis clothes. There is a large traffic sign behind them with a roundabout sign and directions to The Mall parking, Patchway, Charlton Hayes, Bristol (West) (A4018), The Venue and Filton, Bristol (A38).

Key milestone complete for £57 million Cribbs Patchway metrobus extension

Key milestone complete for £57 million Cribbs Patchway metrobus extension

The £57 million Cribbs Patchway metrobus extension (CPME) has reached a significant milestone following the completion of improvement work at the San Andreas roundabout next to the Mall at Cribbs Causeway.

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Example of business cargo bike acquired using a grant.

EST eCargo bike fund opportunity for businesses

EST eCargo bike fund opportunity for businesses

Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Council’s have another opportunity to resubmit a proposal for Energy Saving Trust (EST) Local Authority eCargo Bike Grant Fund 2021/22, following their original application in March 2020.

Proposed A4174 Junction Improvement Scheme roundabout illustration

Have your say on proposed A4174 Junction Improvement Scheme

Have your say on proposed A4174 Junction Improvement Scheme

South Gloucestershire Council are holding a 12 week consultation on their proposed plans to improve a number of junctions on the A4174 ring road.

A photo of Rob Stanley smiling. He's wearing hi-vis clothes and a cap and holding a traffic sign which says STOP and has an adult holding a child's hand.

Bath & North East Somerset Council encourages more schools to help create healthy streets in Walk to School Week

Bath & North East Somerset Council encourages more schools to help create healthy streets in Walk to School Week

More schools in Bath and North East Somerset are being asked to celebrate this year’s Walk to School Week by encouraging long-term sustainable travel to and from the school gates.

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.

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