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Delays possible as near-200 tonne steam turbine set to be escorted to port

Delays possible as near-200 tonne steam turbine set to be escorted to port

Delays possible as near-200 tonne steam turbine set to be escorted to port

20 September 2023

A near two hundred-tonne steam turbine will be escorted by police to a port before being transported by ship abroad.


‘They’ve done it in London, so why not here?’ Councillor suggests low-traffic neighbourhoods

‘They’ve done it in London, so why not here?’ Councillor suggests low-traffic neighbourhoods

‘They’ve done it in London, so why not here?’ Councillor suggests low-traffic neighbourhoods

19 September 2023

A councillor has queried whether contentious low-traffic neighbourhoods could be introduced to tackle pollution levels in Swaffham.

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Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

29 August 2023

Councillors have thrown their weight behind a campaign against closing railway station ticket offices – with the plans labelled “discriminatory”.

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Link road between A10 and A47 to take ‘important step forward’ – but will cost £20m more than planned

Link road between A10 and A47 to take ‘important step forward’ – but will cost £20m more than planned

Link road between A10 and A47 to take ‘important step forward’ – but will cost £20m more than planned

25 August 2023

Plans for road connecting the A10 and A47 to cater for new housing are set to take an “important step forward” – but will cost £20m more than planned.

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Bus route launch with links to health centres

Bus route launch with links to health centres

Bus route launch with links to health centres

18 August 2023

Accessing health services may become easier with the introduction of a new bus route coming to town next week.

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Town bus fares to be capped at £1.50 from next week

Town bus fares to be capped at £1.50 from next week

Town bus fares to be capped at £1.50 from next week

14 August 2023

Travellers are set to benefit from cheaper bus prices thanks to a grant from the Government.

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Speed cameras: how they work, how they’ll catch you and the myths around them

Speed cameras: how they work, how they’ll catch you and the myths around them

Speed cameras: how they work, how they’ll catch you and the myths around them

10 August 2023

Speed cameras are a feature on many roads and whether you agree with their use or not, drivers have to live with them, but how exactly do they work?


New ‘gold standard’ bus stops installed in town centre

New ‘gold standard’ bus stops installed in town centre

New ‘gold standard’ bus stops installed in town centre

08 August 2023

New environmentally friendly bus shelters with real-time information screens, grass roofing and cycle racks have been installed in a town centre.


Pedestrians to protest along A10 amid worries of ‘risk to personal safety’

Pedestrians to protest along A10 amid worries of ‘risk to personal safety’

Pedestrians to protest along A10 amid worries of ‘risk to personal safety’

08 August 2023

Pedestrians who feel they are being denied “the right to safe passage” across the A10 are set to take to the road in protest.

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Drivers to be reminded of Highway Code changes

Drivers to be reminded of Highway Code changes

Drivers to be reminded of Highway Code changes

04 August 2023

The government wants to remind drivers of the new Highway Code rules they should now be following but how well do you know what they are?


Pothole problems cause highest number of breakdowns for five years

Pothole problems cause highest number of breakdowns for five years

Pothole problems cause highest number of breakdowns for five years

26 July 2023

Vehicle breakdowns caused by potholes are at a five-year high and the RAC says it highlights the ‘poor condition’ local roads are in.


Truss joins fight against closure of rail ticket offices

Truss joins fight against closure of rail ticket offices

Truss joins fight against closure of rail ticket offices

26 July 2023

Liz Truss has called on train services to reconsider plans to close “essential” ticket offices at railway stations.

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Green man set to stay on for longer to help ‘less fit’ cross

Green man set to stay on for longer to help ‘less fit’ cross

Green man set to stay on for longer to help ‘less fit’ cross

24 July 2023

Green man crossing times could be lengthened after transport experts recommended a change to respond to the UK’s slower and less fit population.


Village gains weekend bus routes as part of service improvement plan

Village gains weekend bus routes as part of service improvement plan

Village gains weekend bus routes as part of service improvement plan

21 July 2023

More improvements have been made to bus services in West Norfolk, meaning selected services will run more frequently.


Shock as car insurance premiums leap by 40%

Shock as car insurance premiums leap by 40%

Shock as car insurance premiums leap by 40%

19 July 2023

The price of car insurance has gone up 40% and insurance experts fear the sudden change will force some motorists off the road.


County Council rejects train ticket office closures

County Council rejects train ticket office closures

County Council rejects train ticket office closures

19 July 2023

Norfolk County Council has raised concerns over proposed rail ticket office changes which could impact on two West Norfolk towns.

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Train and tube strikes to throw summer travel plans into chaos

Train and tube strikes to throw summer travel plans into chaos

Train and tube strikes to throw summer travel plans into chaos

17 July 2023

Three train strikes and six days of disruption on the tube are throwing people’s summer travel plans into chaos and here’s when the walkouts are.


‘People want to talk to people rather than use a ticket machine’

‘People want to talk to people rather than use a ticket machine’

‘People want to talk to people rather than use a ticket machine’

13 July 2023

Campaigners have called for ticket offices to be saved as they protested outside of a rail station on Thursday morning.

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‘It’s a step backwards’: Campaigners to call for reversal of plans to shut station ticket offices

‘It’s a step backwards’: Campaigners to call for reversal of plans to shut station ticket offices

‘It’s a step backwards’: Campaigners to call for reversal of plans to shut station ticket offices

12 July 2023

Campaigners will be joining forces on Thursday as they call on rail operators to reverse plans to close ticket offices.

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Nearly all train ticket offices to shut within three years

Nearly all train ticket offices to shut within three years

Nearly all train ticket offices to shut within three years

05 July 2023

Ticket offices at most train stations could shut down within the next three years under plans to ‘modernise’ customer service.

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