Go Jauntly App showcases walking trails across Nottingham 

Supported by the Active Travel Fund, Nottingham City Council and Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service (NCVS) have partnered with health and wellness company Go Jauntly, to deliver a series of new walks in Nottingham.  Go Jauntly is a free walking app designed to help people wander outside of their normal surroundings and reconnect with nature. […]

Survey of bus and tram users reveals what people want to see in Nottingham

A passenger survey has revealed that people rate the city’s public transport system highly – but would like to see more buses and trams. Nottingham City Council asked the questions over July and August this year, based on a similar survey from 2019, to give the public an opportunity to explain what works well and […]

All young people in Nottinghamshire to benefit from subsidised travel

Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council are working in partnership to deliver Nottinghamshire U22, a new ticketing price point on buses and trams across the county offering student prices to all under 22-year-olds. The scheme aims to support all young people by improving access to travel for work, leisure and study. Tickets will be […]

Work starts to build better walking and cycling routes into the city of Nottingham

Construction will start on 31 July to build a new walking and cycling route in Bilborough along Beechdale Road, Hollington Road and Wigman Road. Using the latest design standards, existing on-road cycle lanes will be replaced with better, safer segregated paths, and improvements will be made to junctions and pedestrian crossings. These upgraded routes will […]

Nottingham completes Electric Van Experience trial

A trial offering businesses in Nottingham and Derby the chance to try electric vehicles before they buy has ended with 79 organisations planning to take on 158 electric or hybrid vehicles.   More than £2.6m from National Highways, and an equivalent of £1m from Nottingham City Council, funded the two-year trial. The aim was to speed […]

More safe cycle infrastructure and pedestrian improvements on the way as Nottingham City Council wins Active Travel England Funding

Nottingham City Council has this week accepted over £1.7million from the Active Travel Fund, following a rigorous bidding process. The funding has been allocated specifically for investment along Porchester Road in Mapperley – a key part of the strategic cycle network which connects sustainable transport investment currently taking place on Carlton Road and complements last […]


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