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Cllr Scott Smith

Lancashire awarded new funding for walking and cycling

Lancashire County Council will get £1.1m from Active Travel England to boost cycling and walking across the county.

The planned works from January, 2023

Curzon Street in Burnley to close for essential strengthening work

Work to replace deteriorating widenings on either side of the masonry arch on Curzon Street in Burnley is set to begin on Monday 16 January.


New average speed cameras will go live this year

The New Year has seen progress resume on a major project to install average speed cameras on Lancashire's five highest risk A-roads.

County Councillor Rupert Swarbrick

New £2 flat fare scheme on most Lancashire bus services

All main Lancashire bus operators are taking part in a scheme offering a maximum fare of just £2 for any single journey between 1 January and 31 March 2023. 

Lancashire County Council

Have your say on Lancashire's roads

Lancashire County Council is inviting residents to give feedback on their highways service via an online survey.

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Consider your travel plans as severe wintry weather expected

Lancashire County Council is urging people to carefully consider their travel plans due to snow and icy conditions forecast to hit the county over the weekend.


New rail timetable must deliver better services

Lancashire County Council has told train operators that it is vital they deliver on improvements planned to start shortly which will bring back many local rail services lost during Covid.


Stay warm and safe on the roads this winter

Lancashire County Council is asking people to make sure they're ready for winter, and to keep a check on vulnerable members of their community, as the first cold snap of the season arrives.

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Boost to buses with launch of improved evening and weekend services

People are being urged to make the most of new and improved evening and weekend bus services which have been launched across a number of key Lancashire routes this week.

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Plans to stop drivers performing dangerous manoeuvres are given the go-ahead

New plans which aim to improve road safety and keep traffic moving at key locations across the county have been approved at today's Cabinet meeting (Thursday, December 1).

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Lancashire's parking team goes electric

Lancashire County Council's parking services team is spearheading the move to a cleaner, greener, future after taking delivery of 12 new electric vehicles.

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Service at County Hall remembers those killed on our roads

The annual RoadPeace Memorial Service for road traffic victims took place this week, organised by Lancashire County Council on behalf of Lancashire Road Safety Partnership.