For eight months the main route between Kirkby Malzeard and Masham has been closed because of a collapsed church wall, but repair of the structure is now in sight.
The £19,000 reconstruction and repair of the church wall at St Andrew’s Kirkby Malzeard will move a step closer today. A 10-metre section of wall collapsed onto Church Street on February 19, causing the closure of the principal route between Kirkby Malzeard and...
Years after the tarmac roads around Ripon Market Square were replaced with block paving, councillors are now calling for a return to the original surface
The 1,300-home Ripon barracks scheme would be the biggest single development ever seen in Ripon. Councillors have rejected a transport report in support of the scheme.
The four-way traffic lights on one of Harrogate’s busiest roads were supposed to have ended three weeks ago. But the lights continue to blight residents, businesses and hundreds of motorists every day.
The bus will be trialled from tomorrow in an effort to improve air quality and congestion. If the trial is successful, the electric bus could become permanent in Knaresborough within the next 12 to 18 months.
Harrogate Borough Council’s planning committee voted this afternoon 11 to 1 against the plans, which included a petrol filling station, a small hotel, food and retail units and parking for HGVs and coaches.
The national School Streets project aims to make streets near to schools a safer place for children, increase opportunities for them to walk or cycle, and reduce their exposure to toxic air pollution.
County council bosses have told businesses that the authority will not pedestrianise the street before Christmas, after concerns were raised about the impact at a vital trading time.
Headteacher Sarah Bassitt and parents at Killinghall Church of England Primary School are calling for measures to slow down traffic.
As winter approaches, North Yorkshire County Council says its fleet of gritters will use less salt and spread it more accurately, saving money. Its annual budget for gritting though is £6million.
North Yorkshire Police says it has intensified efforts to tackle speed and has focused particularly on towns and villages with a 30mph limit.
The club claims its takings are 20 per cent down since the roadworks began. Northern Gas Networks has apologised and said it will work with the club to resolve any compensation claim.