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 […]

Work starts on brand new Bulwell Bus Station in Nottingham

Work began this week on an ambitious project to replace the existing Bulwell Bus Station with a brand new and improved version.   Thanks to Transforming Cities funding that Nottingham City Council bid for and secured from central Government, the new bus station at Bulwell will make travelling by public transport even easier.   The scheme will have […]

Nottingham transport bodies meet to firm up plans for city’s network

Councillors and transport experts are meeting in Nottingham today for a transport summit, to share plans for improvements to the city’s transport network. The event organised by Midlands Connect in partnership with Nottingham City Council will see discussions of proposed improvements to rail links in and out of the city, and a presentation of innovative […]

78 new electric buses are on their way to Nottingham

Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has appointed Zenobē to deliver its electric bus project at Trent Bridge Bus Garage. The Depot, which was once home to horse drawn trams will soon be home to an all-electric bus fleet. The upgraded infrastructure at the historic depot will allow NCT to extend the electric fleet in the future, and work […]

£11m to make Nottingham’s buses faster, easier and greener

Nottingham City Council has announced it will invest £11.4m over the next three years to make bus journeys in Nottingham faster, easier and greener.  Nottingham’s buses are already award-winning, environmentally friendly and generally considered the best outside of London.   Now, building on existing projects currently being delivered through the Transforming Cities programme, this funding from […]

Nottingham City Transport promotes the economic benefits of catching the bus

Nottingham City Council has been communicating the economic benefits of catching the bus as part of its Catch the Bus Month campaign. The council has said that the bus is one of the most sustainable travel options. However, it is not only an environmentally friendly travel option, but also boasts fantastic economic benefits. According to […]

<strong>XAIS helps Nottingham City Council Secure £18m funding</strong>

XAIS Asset Management’s skilled team and powerful XA© software both played an important role in helping Nottingham City Council secure a significant grant from the Government’s Levelling Up Fund, according to the company. Nottingham City Council secured £18 million through the fund in October 2021, for a package of measures that will improve the condition […]

Nottingham City Council wins bid for £18m for cycle and bus improvements

Nottingham City Council has successfully bid for more than £18m of external funding for cycling and bus improvements which will help towards Nottingham’s carbon neutral ambitions. A segregated cycle corridor with improvements for pedestrians along St Ann’s Well Road, along with cycling and walking improvements along Lincoln Street in Basford and at Beechdale Road’s junction […]

Nottingham City Council launches ‘contactless’ travel scheme

Nottingham City Council has launched an ‘Oyster-style’ contactless ticketing system-the first of its kind outside of London. The new Nottingham Contactless multi-operator Tap & Go option – available across Nottingham City Transport buses, NET trams and Linkbuses operated by CT4N – allow people to tap on with contactless bank cards or phones throughout the day […]


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