Northern is running a reduced rail service between Harrogate and Leeds due to faults with the signalling system caused by a fallen tree yesterday.
Northern is running a reduced rail service between Harrogate and Leeds due to faults with the signalling system caused by a fallen tree yesterday. Several trains have already been cancelled this morning and from 10.45am, trains will leave Harrogate Station once an...
Rail operator Northern and the Harrogate Bus Company have announced details of their new timetables.
Fountains Abbey and RHS Harlow Carr have already decided to close tomorrow, with the Met Office warning of road closures, stranded vehicles, power cuts and loss of mobile phone coverage.
The lockdown has forced many organisations to postpone work but road works can continue. Many major routes in Harrogate, including Otley Road and Skipton Road, are undergoing work.
The RS1 Ripon city service operates to restricted hours during the week and doesn’t run at all on weekends. Money from commercial developers could be the key to providing a better service.
Despite receiving extensive support from the public and North Yorkshire county councillors, a minerals company has asked for the plans to be called in by the Secretary of State.
Some venues, including Fountains Abbey and RHS Harlow Carr, have closed and some bus routes aren’t operating after overnight temperatures fell as low as minus 12 degrees centigrade in North Yorkshire.
Members of staff at The Harrogate Bus Company took to the roads with shovels and grit to help keep drivers moving.
A new bypass for Killinghall could cost in excess of £20 million, county council bosses have said. The authority has said it is the best value for money and would relieve traffic in the village.
Temperatures are expected to fall to minus four degrees centigrade in the Harrogate district. North Yorkshire County Council is warning the reduced volume of traffic on roads will make gritting less effective.
Five landslips have occurred at Kex Gill since 2000. Now councillors are set to approve a huge scheme to resolve the problem.
Many of the streets are nearby in the west of Harrogate, according to figures by North Yorkshire County Council.