Information on journey planning and alternatives to car trips can be found on the Council's Sustainable Transport page.
B&NES Council has published today, three options for a new Clean Air Zone for the centre of Bath. A clean air charging zone means drivers of high-emission vehicles are charged when entering a specific geographic zone. The aim is to reduce air…Continue
Started by Anthony Meehan Apr 3, 2018.
Bath Living Streets are looking for volunteers who are keen to help improve air quality in central Bath. They have organised a series of…Continue
Started by Anthony Meehan Mar 6, 2018.
B&NES Council is consulting…Continue
Started by Anthony Meehan Feb 22, 2018.
As part of the rollout of the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) funding which the four West of England councils successfully bid for to promote the uptake of electric vehicles, including plug-in hybrids, across the region, a major public…Continue
Started by Anthony Meehan. Last reply by Shay Parsons Feb 12, 2018.
Parking is an important issue for us all – and this is your opportunity to have a say on new proposals for parking across the area.The strategy is based on previous public consultation, and the views that you’ve already expressed about parking. It…Continue
Started by Anthony Meehan Oct 2, 2017.
Council Officers are in talks with the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) due to the announcement in August that Bath is included in the National Air Quality Plan. This is following a recent correction by DEFRA of their…Continue
Started by Micaela Basford Sep 5, 2017.
Started by Micaela Basford Aug 31, 2017.
Started by Micaela Basford Mar 6, 2017.