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Safety improvements for popular city cycle route start Monday

Published on Thursday, 30th May 2019

Work on a Transport for Norwich scheme to reduce the number of accidents at a major roundabout in the city begin next week.

  • Last chance to have your say on plans for Tombland

    Published: Wednesday, 27th February 2019

    A consultation on plans to transform Tombland is drawing to a close, with the deadline for comments coming up on Thursday.

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    Have your say on plans to transform Tombland

    Published: Friday, 1st February 2019

    Norwich City Council and Norfolk County Council are asking for feedback on proposed transport and public space changes to the Tombland and Upper King Street area of the city.

  • Drivers urged to cut unnecessary pollution

    Published: Wednesday, 24th October 2018

    Air pollution is a global issue and drivers in Norwich are being reminded they can help keep their local air cleaner with one simple action – switching engines off while parked.

  • Last chance to comment on plans for Earlham Road

    Published: Thursday, 19th July 2018

    A consultation on safety improvements for cyclists along Earlham Road is entering its final few days, with proposals for two schemes open for feedback.

  • Have your say on Earlham Road safety schemes

    Published: Thursday, 5th July 2018

    Earlham Road is set to see two projects that aim to improve safety for cyclists, with a public consultation asking for feedback on proposals now underway.

  • Norwich awarded £1.7 million for cycle safety improvements

    Published: Tuesday, 12th June 2018

    Cycling in the city has been given a major boost after the Department for Transport (DfT) awarded Norwich £1.7m for safety improvements.

  • Unthank Road pedestrian crossing upgrade

    Published: Friday, 19th January 2018

    Work to upgrade the pedestrian crossing on Unthank Road will begin on Monday 22 January and is expected to be complete by Friday 2 February.