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Norwich to get £32 million sustainable transport boost

Published on Tuesday, 29th September 2020

Cleaner, more efficient buses, less congestion and better walking and cycling facilities – the headlines of what will be delivered as funding confirmed.

The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed £32 million of Transforming Cities funding – major investment that will deliver real improvements to the city's streets.

Councillor Mike Stonard, cabinet member for sustainable and inclusive growth welcomed the announcement:

“This is fantastic news for the city. The money will pay for infrastructure improvements, which will make buses quicker and more reliable and will further improve facilities for cyclists and pedestrians.

Not only is this good news for the city’s economy, it’s also great news for the city’s environment and helps us work towards our 2040 vision for Norwich.”

For more information, including details of the projects this money will go on, visit Norfolk County Council's website