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Consultation begins on safer parking proposals for Warton village

Lancashire County Council is proposing new parking restrictions for Warton village in Lancaster district to improve road safety and traffic flow.

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New Fylde link road set to open early next year

Construction of the M55 to Heyhouses Link Road is making good progress, however a number of issues over recent months mean it is now scheduled to open in spring 2024.

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Lancashire takes next step towards grant from £343m electric vehicle chargepoint fund

Lancashire is one step closer to a slice of a national £343m fund for electric vehicle public charge points.

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Plans aim to give everyone a fair chance to find a parking space

Councillors are to consider new plans to rebalance on-street parking in Preston to make sure residents, businesses and visitors all have a fair chance to find a convenient space.

There are plans to install speed cushions on Church Brow and Halton Road and reduce traffic speeds to create a 20mph zone

New speed cushions to help reduce accidents and calm traffic in Halton

Lancashire County Council is due to discuss plans to introduce traffic calming measures in the village of Halton.

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Major improvements due for Helmshore Viaduct path as part of cycleway scheme

Helmshore Viaduct is due to be temporarily closed for major work to make the path across it better for walking and cycling all year round.

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New Lancaster to Knott End bus will link to villages

A new bus service being launched this month will improve public transport connections between Lancaster, Garstang and Knott End.

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Efforts continue to reopen Rossendale road blocked by rockfall

The safe reopening of a major road in Rossendale which has been partially closed by a rockfall remains a top priority for Lancashire County Council.


Lancashire tops table for training pupils to ride their bikes

Lancashire has topped a new cycling league table, with more primary school children in the county being trained to use their bikes last year than anywhere else in the North-West.

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Historic Samlesbury Aerodrome runway begins a new life on our roads

One of the old runways at the former Samlesbury Aerodrome is being given a new lease of life on Lancashire's roads thanks to a unique recycling scheme being led by the county council.

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Temporary lights needed on key Rossendale route following landslip

People are being warned to expect delays on the main road between Bacup and Waterfoot following a landslip.


New evening bus links start this week in West Lancs

People in West Lancashire will have better options to travel by bus during the evening thanks to new links launching this week.