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You only need a handful of salt from a grit bin to deal with most hazards

Lancashire County Council is urging people not to use more salt and sand from roadside grit bins than they need to this winter.

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Extra £3.6m highways investment to kick off 2024

Lancashire County Council will be carrying out extra work to improve roads, drainage and streetlights in the New Year after receiving a windfall as part of the government's Network North transport plans.

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Where to check your bus times over Christmas

Lancashire County Council is advising passengers to check bus times with their operator before travelling over Christmas.

Preston Bus Station wide shot

Councillors agree to back zero-emissions bus bid

Lancashire County Council is driving forward a bid on behalf of a number of bus operators to bring zero-emissions buses to the county.

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M55 to Heyhouses Link Road taking shape ready for Spring opening

Local leaders have visited the site of the M55 to Heyhouses Link Road to see how construction is progressing.

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Preston's Fishergate Hill due to reopen next week following pipe burst

Fishergate Hill in Preston is due to reopen on Thursday 7 December following repairs needed as a result of a pipe burst which happened last week.

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Better bus links for Preston, Longridge and Blackburn start today

Improvements to bus links within Preston and between Preston and Blackburn via Longridge launch today, creating opportunities to travel earlier and later.

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Better bus links begin today in West Lancs

People in West Lancashire will have better options to travel by bus thanks to new links launched today.

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Better evening bus services begin in East Lancs

People in East Lancs will have better options to use the bus for work and leisure during the evening thanks to new links which launched this week.


Service at County Hall remembers those killed on our roads

Lancashire's annual RoadPeace Memorial Service for road traffic victims took place on Sunday 19 November.

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New scheme will combat poor behaviour on public transport

Specially trained officers will patrol buses and bus stations in Lancashire as part of a new pilot scheme to help stamp out anti-social behaviour on public transport.

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Plans to increase accessibility at Accrington Railway Station to take a step forward

Funding for a new footbridge facility with lifts, which will cost just under £5m, has been approved in principle from the £50m East Lancashire Levelling Up project.