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Bath & North East Somerset Council. Improving people's lives. The first meeting of the Journey to Net Zero Transport Forum takes place on May 4. Residents and businesses will have their say on ways to improve transport and tackle the climate emergency in Bath & North East Somerset. Giving people a bigger say.

New Bath & North East Somerset transport forum launches

New Bath & North East Somerset transport forum launches

A new forum has been set up for residents and organisations to share their views on ways to improve transport and tackle the climate emergency across Bath and North East Somerset.

Odd Down Park & Ride vehicle

Decision on Bath & North East Somerset Park & Ride contract before cabinet

Decision on Bath & North East Somerset Park & Ride contract before cabinet

A new contract to run park and ride services from Bath’s three sites to the city centre is being considered by Bath & North East Somerset councillors.

Cleveland Bridge next phase

Cleveland Bridge next phase

Traffic management is set to remain on Bath’s Cleveland Bridge as investigations continue into what is possible to solve the complex engineering issues discovered during the agreed repairs to the Grade II* listed structure.

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Bath & North East Somerset Council's Cabinet to consider adopting bold plan to decarbonise transport

Bath & North East Somerset Council's Cabinet to consider adopting bold plan to decarbonise transport

A ground-breaking, long-term plan to decarbonise transport and reduce the impact of travel on the climate is to be considered by Bath & North East Somerset Council’s cabinet.

Next step for Residents Parking Zone proposal in Oldfield Park and Westmoreland

Next step for Residents Parking Zone proposal in Oldfield Park and Westmoreland

People in and around Oldfield Park and Westmoreland in Bath will have a further opportunity to comment on proposals for a proposed residents parking scheme in the area.

3. Annie Maw and Peaches Golding cut the boundary between Somerset and the City of Bristol

Popular cycle route gets official opening

Popular cycle route gets official opening

A popular walking and cycling route through the Ashton Court Estate has been officially opened – two years after it was completed.

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