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High street barriers removed in Lavenham one day after being installed as social distancing measure

High street barriers removed in Lavenham one day after being installed as social distancing measure

High street barriers removed in Lavenham one day after being installed as social distancing measure

18 June 2020

Suffolk Highways put the waist-high fences alongside High Street on Tuesday, to stop cars parking on the path.


Network Rail announces six-month plan of improvements

Network Rail announces six-month plan of improvements

Network Rail announces six-month plan of improvements

17 June 2020

Track renewal near Elmswell is on the list.


‘We need passengers to come back’

‘We need passengers to come back’

‘We need passengers to come back’

14 June 2020

Mulleys set to reinstate all its bus routes from Monday.


Which Greater Anglia ticket offices will close from next week

Which Greater Anglia ticket offices will close from next week

Which Greater Anglia ticket offices will close from next week

10 June 2020

Several station ticket offices will temporarily close for three weeks due to low sales.


Nearly 150 priority routes identified for cycle improvements

Nearly 150 priority routes identified for cycle improvements

Nearly 150 priority routes identified for cycle improvements

10 June 2020

Suffolk County Council cabinet asked to approve measures to develop five-year plan.


Planned changes to key Bury St Edmunds roads to improve walking and cycling as lockdown eased

Planned changes to key Bury St Edmunds roads to improve walking and cycling as lockdown eased

Planned changes to key Bury St Edmunds roads to improve walking and cycling as lockdown eased

08 June 2020

A council has received £337,000 to make walking and cycling 'easier and safer' to avoid over crowding the transport network and maintain distancing.


Suffolk records one of worst lockdown speeding offences in the country

Suffolk records one of worst lockdown speeding offences in the country

Suffolk records one of worst lockdown speeding offences in the country

02 June 2020

It was part of data analysed by the RAC from a freedom of information request to all British police forces.


Council’s plan for cycling out of lockdown

Council’s plan for cycling out of lockdown

Council’s plan for cycling out of lockdown

28 May 2020

Junction changes for cyclists and car free zones are among the proposals being considered by highways bosses in Suffolk.


Preferred option put forward for new A1307 travel hub

Preferred option put forward for new A1307 travel hub

Preferred option put forward for new A1307 travel hub

27 May 2020

Recommendations made for new public transport route and travel hub linking A1307 to Cambridge Biomedical Campus


Parking charges to be reintroduced at three West Suffolk parks ahead of Bank Holiday Weekend

Parking charges to be reintroduced at three West Suffolk parks ahead of Bank Holiday Weekend

Parking charges to be reintroduced at three West Suffolk parks ahead of Bank Holiday Weekend

21 May 2020

West Suffolk Council will be reinstating charges at Brandon Country Park, Nowton Park and West Stow Country Park from tomorrow.


Parking charges to be reintroduced at three West Suffolk parks ahead of Bank Holiday weekend

Parking charges to be reintroduced at three West Suffolk parks ahead of Bank Holiday weekend

Parking charges to be reintroduced at three West Suffolk parks ahead of Bank Holiday weekend

21 May 2020

Parking charges are being brought back at three parks in West Suffolk.


Nearly 1,000 extra Suffolk potholes repaired thanks to quieter roads due to coronavirus lockdown

Nearly 1,000 extra Suffolk potholes repaired thanks to quieter roads due to coronavirus lockdown

Nearly 1,000 extra Suffolk potholes repaired thanks to quieter roads due to coronavirus lockdown

20 May 2020

More than 6,300 potholes and other highway faults were repaired in the county in March and April, compared with 5,345 in the same period last year.


Highways repair programme is boosted by quieter roads

Highways repair programme is boosted by quieter roads

Highways repair programme is boosted by quieter roads

15 May 2020

Nearly 1,000 extra potholes repaired in March and April.


A14 to return to 70mph as Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade opens ahead of schedule

A14 to return to 70mph as Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade opens ahead of schedule

A14 to return to 70mph as Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade opens ahead of schedule

05 May 2020

Highways England said the last of the round-the-clock roadworks had been removed and the new lanes were opened to traffic.


Bid submitted to improve town's bus services and junctions as county council says bypass will not be pursued further

Bid submitted to improve town's bus services and junctions as county council says bypass will not be pursued further

Bid submitted to improve town's bus services and junctions as county council says bypass will not be pursued further

01 May 2020

Suffolk County Council says it will not pursue a relief road further – but Babergh District Council says they have not dropped interest in the scheme.


Improvements to key Bury St Edmunds junction chosen after consultation

Improvements to key Bury St Edmunds junction chosen after consultation

Improvements to key Bury St Edmunds junction chosen after consultation

29 April 2020

A council has chosen a package of changes for a key junction in Bury St Edmunds following a consultation.


Plans for 334-space car park at former Bury St Edmunds school withdrawn

Plans for 334-space car park at former Bury St Edmunds school withdrawn

Plans for 334-space car park at former Bury St Edmunds school withdrawn

22 April 2020

Developers behind plans for a 334-space car park on a former school site in Bury St Edmunds have withdrawn proposals to iron out issues.


Pay on exit scheme at Bury St Edmunds car park to be made permanent

Pay on exit scheme at Bury St Edmunds car park to be made permanent

Pay on exit scheme at Bury St Edmunds car park to be made permanent

15 April 2020

The pay on exit scheme has been trialled since last June.


Drivers confused at differences in petrol prices

Drivers confused at differences in petrol prices

Drivers confused at differences in petrol prices

02 April 2020

Those in need of their cars for essential work are discovering startling variations in prices at the forecourts.


Rail bosses appeal for ex-signallers to return to network

Rail bosses appeal for ex-signallers to return to network

Rail bosses appeal for ex-signallers to return to network

31 March 2020

Industry bosses say they are preparing in case current staff fall ill over the coming weeks.


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