Transport Schemes and Initiatives
Delivering local integrated transport schemes are a vital part to keeping Nottingham moving forward. This section details information on some of the key projects currently being delivered across the City.
Here you will find information about the city's £6.8 million project to transform Sneinton Square, and provide high quality pedestrian connections between the city centre and St Ann's and Sneinton, as well as improve transport links for cyclists and traffic in the area.
Here you will find information about the city's Turning Point projects, which are changing the way transport moves around Nottingham city centre.
Southern Relief Route
We submitted a bid for pinch point funding to the Department for Transport on 21 February 2013 to deliver improvements to the east-west route to the south of the City (the Southern Relief Route). More information is available on on our dedicated Southern Relief Route page.
River Leen Access and Biodiversity Study
We have recently produced a River Leen Access and Biodiversity Study which sets a vision and action plan for possible multi-user path along the River Leen corridor. To find out more, visit our dedicated River Leen page.
Ring Road Major Scheme
A package of measures have been developed to reduce congestion, delays and improve reliability for all users of the Ring Road. Visit our Nottingham Ring Road Highway Improvement Scheme page to find out more on the scheme proposals.
Nottingham's flagship project to improve transport access and infrastructure to help support economic growth in the eastern side of the city centre encompassing the Lace Market, Hockley, Sneinton Market and the Island Site. Further information is available on our Creative Quarter page.
For more information on the City Council's Major Transport Schemes please visit http://transport.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/
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