A series of changes will be implemented in Edinburgh's Old Town this summer to ensure safety and accessibility during the busy Festival period.
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The City of Edinburgh Council has restated its commitment to a sustainable, accessible and connected future for the Capital, putting people at its heart.
A major public consultation will be launched on a radical programme to transform Edinburgh’s city centre, if approved by Transport and Environment Committee next week.
A major consultation on proposals to transform Edinburgh’s city centre has revealed an appetite for radical change.
Rugby fans heading to watch Scotland in the Autumn Tests 2018 this month are being advised to take note of traffic and travel information.
Members of the public are being invited to have their say in a major new consultation about how people want the heart of Scotland's Capital to look, feel and function.
A major public consultation planned to kick off next month will spark discussions all over the city about how people want the heart of Scotland's Capital to look, feel and function.
A series of workshops with residents, traders, active travel organisations and community representatives is under way to refine proposals for taking trams to Newhaven.
Final designs for the road layout and kerb lines on Picardy Place have now been agreed by the Council following further discussions with cycling and pedestrian organisations and the local community.
A new landscaped public space would be created in Edinburgh’s east end under revised plans going before councillors.
Further improvements have been made to the proposed designs for Picardy Place ahead of a series of public engagement events.
New red-surfaced cycle lanes are to be installed at a number of key points along the tram route in Edinburgh's city centre.
Councillors are set to consider further the feasibility of taking Edinburgh Trams to Newhaven.
Rugby fans heading to watch the Six Nations matches at Murrayfield in February and March and those travelling nearby are being advised to take note of travel arrangements.
Air quality in the Capital is getting better, a new report to the Council's Transport and Environment Committee shows.
The Council has secured funding from Transport Scotland to explore the potential for an 'active travel hub' at Haymarket Station, a major transport interchange at the west end of the city centre.
Members of the Council's Transport and Environment Committee will be asked to approve future governance and working arrangements for Transport for Edinburgh (TfE) at their meeting on 30 August 2016.
Strides to improve air quality in Edinburgh received a welcome boost today with the approval of a new citywide car club scheme for the Capital.
The City of Edinburgh Council is taking action to ensure the capital keeps moving during the closure of the Forth Road Bridge.
Changes to the city’s bus lanes are to be trialled from next week (Monday, 5 October).
The public’s views are sought on a raft of measures aimed to help improve parking in Edinburgh.
Councillors are set to agree a series of new appointments to the boards of Transport for Edinburgh, Lothian Buses and Edinburgh Trams.
Edinburgh’s transport leaders were treated to a first aid master class as they unveiled a brand new defibrillator for the city’s bus station.
The City of Edinburgh Council has appointed an external agency to prepare a report into recent events at Lothian Buses.
Rugby fans heading to watch Scotland in the 2015 RBS Six Nations this weekend are being advised to take note of traffic and travel information.
Edinburgh's bid to become the first 20mph city in Scotland moved a step closer today when councillors approved a map of 20mph, 30mph and 40mph limits for the city.
A large swathe of roads in the Capital could change to 20mph from late 2015 if plans are approved this month, making Edinburgh the first 20mph city in Scotland.
Rugby fans heading to watch Scotland in the viagogo Autumn Tests 2014 this weekend are being advised to take note of traffic and travel information.
A march organised by the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland will take place in the centre of Edinburgh on Saturday 13 September 2014, requiring a number of road closures.
Motorbikes could soon be allowed to join buses, bicycles and black cabs on Edinburgh's bus lanes if a report to councillors gets approval this week.
Air quality is improving across Edinburgh, according to a report published this week.
Drivers heading for the West End from the south of the City and Lothian Road could soon find their journey simplified if the City of Edinburgh Council approves changes to current traffic arrangements.