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Bath & North East Somerset residents set to benefit from new walking and cycling schemes

Bath & North East Somerset residents set to benefit from new walking and cycling schemes

Bath & North East Somerset Council has welcomed an announcement that the West of England Combined Authority is to receive a £3m share of a national fund to boost walking and cycling - and has committed to ensuring consultation plans are in place to engage with residents on proposed schemes.

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Extra £3m investment secured for West of England cycling and walking

Extra £3m investment secured for West of England cycling and walking

Regional Mayor Tim Bowles and the West of England Combined Authority have secured an additional £2.96 million from the Government for measures to encourage more cycling and walking in the region.

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Online hub boosts Bristol climate change challenge

Online hub boosts Bristol climate change challenge

Many Bristol citizens are taking action to tackle climate change and a new website to help them do so has been unveiled today.

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North Somerset Council's key transport strategy opens up for consultation

North Somerset Council's key transport strategy opens up for consultation

Walking, cycling and other forms of active travel are set to become natural transport choice for residents and visitors in the future thanks to new ambitious plans.

Bath Quays bridge superstructure lift completed

Bath Quays bridge superstructure lift completed

The first new crossing point over the River Avon in Bath for a century is now successfully in place at Bath Quays.

More cargo bikes boost sustainable deliveries across Bath

More cargo bikes boost sustainable deliveries across Bath

Ten new electrically assisted cargo bikes have arrived on the streets of Bath to help businesses make sustainable, pollution-free deliveries.

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