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Support announced for affected communities
“A rigorous review of the major road projects planned for Hereford, and consideration of alternative options, is essential to ensure the best use of public money in alleviating traffic problems in the City now and for the future.”
The construction of new student accommodation at Station Approach, Hereford, will be moving to the next phase in the coming week.
Electric vehicles charging in the council’s off-street car parks will soon be entitled to 30 minutes of free parking.
A decision paper has been published (16 January 2020) that outlines the work that will take place to assess the Hereford bypass and Southern link road schemes while carrying out a wider review of the transport strategy for Hereford.
A verdict reached today (18 December) confirms where responsibility sits for the works needed on a wall that has kept a road closed for over a year.
Across the world, somebody is killed on a road every 24 seconds. Promoting road safety is therefore more important than ever, which is why Herefordshire Council is proud to be supporting Road Safety Week 2019, through a series of events.
With the nights turning colder, Herefordshire Council’s Winter Maintenance teams are now on standby, ready for the winter.
A final decision has been published today to review the Hereford bypass and Southern link road schemes.
This week is your last chance to share your views on a draft plan that will map out the future management of the county’s highways network.
Herefordshire Council is seeking views on a draft plan that will map out the future of the county’s highways network.
A meeting was held yesterday (9 September 2019) to consider the call-in of the cabinet member decision on the Hereford Transport Package (HTP) and the South Wye Transport Package (SWTP).
Did you know that there are more miles of Public Rights of Way (2,113m) across Herefordshire than there are miles of road (2,020m)?
A cabinet member decision has been taken today to pause and review the Hereford bypass and Southern link road schemes.
Third and final phase of Challenge Fund works will improve A4103 and A438
The council car park at Station Approach, Hereford, will close from 6pm on Friday 21 June to allow the development of new student accommodation.
Environment Agency and Herefordshire Council are using satellite technology to target sites where soil water run-off is causing big problems for the environment and the county’s roads.
The fairground rides, vibrant entertainment, food stalls and ancient customs of the May Fair will once again delight residents of Hereford and Leominster this spring.
Inspections of Holme Lacy and Stoke Lacy bridges in Herefordshire have indicated that both structures require significant maintenance work. Schemes are currently being developed, with work on site expected to take place this summer.
The Secretary of State for Transport has confirmed the compulsory purchase and side road orders for the southern link road in Hereford.
The C1257 has been closed since June 2018 due to a combination of a dangerous wall next to the highway and damage to the highway itself. This all as a consequence of an ongoing landslip.
Herefordshire Council has announced a countywide free parking pilot event.
Jesse Norman MP praises impact of additional £5.1 million investment in county’s roads
Herefordshire Council, with our partners Balfour Beatty Living Places, will be undertaking a topographical survey in the Kings Acre Road area during the week commencing Monday 3 December, to help inform the development of the proposed Hereford bypass.
Herefordshire’s highways network is set to benefit from an additional investment in road repairs.
The current Storesbrook Bridge, situated on the B4214 near Ledbury, will close to traffic for the last time at 8am on Wednesday November 28.
The Safer Roads Partnership is strengthening its speed enforcement activity on the A4110 route from Hereford to Leintwardine with additional enforcement sites being launched along the A4110 enforcing a combination of speed limits.
Herefordshire Council will make a series of changes to residents' parking in Hereford over the next three months.
New ‘Reporting’ App makes it easier than ever to report highway defects
Herefordshire Council, working in partnership with Balfour Beatty Living Places, is seeking the views of people who live, work or use roads in the Parish of Holmer and Shelwick about proposed changes to roads, pavements and speed limits.
Herefordshire Council, in partnership with Balfour Beatty Living Places, has completed extensive repairs to Hampton Court Bridge, which carries the A417 over the River Lugg close to its junction with the A49 at Dinmore.
Herefordshire Council, in partnership with Balfour Beatty Living Places, has completed seven roadwork schemes along stretches of the A4103, A438 and A465, a total of three miles of road surfacing achieved in less than two weeks.
Two-week road maintenance works begin as planned
Road closures and free parking in all Herefordshire Council car parks.
Cabinet to select preferred route next Friday (27 July)
A report has been published recommending the selection of a preferred route for the Hereford Bypass.
Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet is due to consider reports and recommendations regarding the Hereford Transport Package.
Cllr Philip Price, cabinet member infrastructure, said:
Two week road maintenance works to begin 6 August 2018
£1.25m additional funding will help to tackle the issue
Timescale and method for the works will be decided on 4 May
£1.25m will help to repair potholes and protect the county’s roads from future severe weather
Works paused while Hereford prepares to welcome 2,000 visitors a day for cathedral events
Salt barns across Herefordshire are fully stocked and the gritters are ready for action
Herefordshire Council urges drivers to ‘Speed Down, Save Lives’
A438 reopens after contractors for Western Power Distribution complete their bridge repairs
The Challenge Fund resurfacing programme is set to be complete by the end of March 2018
West Mercia Police thank the public for their cooperation
Western Power Distribution apologise for overrunning bridge repair works
75S / 74S and 476 DRM service to St Mary's RC High School and The Bishop of Hereford's Bluecoat School
Additional government funding secured for the county’s roads
It's the 40th anniversary of the Ross Carnival this weekend and it promises to be spectacular, free parking available in all Herefordshire Council run Ross carparks for the whole day.
Hereford prepares for the May Fair grand opening on Tuesday 2 May
The station approach end of the works nears completion
Herefordshire prepares to welcome 15,000 cyclists on September 24 2017.