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Cyclists urged to light up and be seen

17 October 2017

City of York Council is reminding cyclists in York to light up and be seen as the nights draw in... More

Over 7,000 pupils set to take Walk to School Week in their stride

12 October 2017

Twenty five York schools and over 7,000 pupils across the city are set to take part in Walk to School... More

Senior Councillor to consider early festive boost for retailers

12 October 2017

Shoppers and retailers could get an early Christmas present next week if a senior councillor approves plans to extend parking... More

Essential resurfacing: St Leonard’s Place, Bootham and Gillygate

22 September 2017

City of York Council will be resurfacing the junction of St Leonards Place, Bootham and Gillygate on 25th and 26th... More

First York gives balloon fans a lift

19 September 2017

Local bus operator First York has teamed up with the organisers of York Balloon Fiesta to provide customers with cut-price... More

Experimental changes set to enhance Fossgate

15 September 2017

In a bid to help make Fossgate even more welcoming for residents and businesses a number of traffic changes are... More

Get into gear for Cycle to Work Day

12 September 2017

City of York Council is encouraging even more people to get on their bikes and ride to work on Wednesday... More

New bus services for Naburn

8 September 2017

Following Utopia Coaches' announcement on 22nd August, several villages between York and Selby have been left without a local bus... More

York’s Park and Ride to be fully charged in another clean air coup

29 August 2017

York is set to boast the country’s first fully-electric Park & Ride fleet after securing funding for 24 brand new... More

Utopia Coaches cease trading

23 August 2017

Local bus operator Utopia Coaches have announced that they have ceased trading as of midnight on Tuesday 22nd August. More

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