Rugby fans heading to watch Scotland in the Autumn Tests 2018 this month are being advised to take note of traffic and travel information.
Councillors will make a final decision on whether or not to proceed with the Trams to Newhaven project in early 2019, it was announced today.
Earlier in the summer, the Council's Trams to Newhaven project team embarked on a major public consultation inviting residents and businesses to help shape designs and plans.
Businesses along the planned tram route to Newhaven will have their say on a raft of innovative and exciting support for business proposals in a new consultation beginning next week.
Graffiti artists from across the UK and Europe will descend on the Capital this weekend to work their magic on a stretch of wall close to Edinburgh's Ocean Terminal.
An exciting open innovation challenge has been launched to create a device to detect when a tram driver might be about to lose consciousness due to illness or fatigue and notify the control centre.
A series of workshops with residents, traders, active travel organisations and community representatives is under way to refine proposals for taking trams to Newhaven.
Thousands of people shared their views in a major consultation about plans for taking trams to Newhaven, which closed at the weekend after six weeks.
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.
New Advanced Stop Line (ASL) boxes for cycles have been installed at key locations under the second phase of a raft of safety improvements along Edinburgh's tram route.
New traffic signals which give cyclists a head-start ahead of other traffic are being proposed under the latest plans for safety improvements along Edinburgh's tram route.
Another key milestone towards completion of the Final Business Case for taking trams to Newhaven has been reached with the shortlisting of four bidders for the Infrastructure and Systems contract.
Members of the public, businesses and a wide range of stakeholders will help shape plans for taking trams to Newhaven, should the project be approved by Council later this year.
The next stage of works to prepare Picardy Place for its redesigned layout are set to get under way this weekend.
New red-surfaced cycle lanes are to be installed at a number of key points along the tram route in Edinburgh's city centre.
The Outline Business Case (OBC) for taking trams to Newhaven was approved today by the City of Edinburgh Council.
The Outline Business Case (OBC) for taking Edinburgh’s tram service down to Leith and Newhaven has been published on the Council’s website today.
Councillors are set to consider further the feasibility of taking Edinburgh Trams to Newhaven.
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.
Councillors are set to agree to expand the first stages of project development for a tram extension, should it go ahead.
Councillors have approved in principle that any tram extension should continue to Newhaven.
Councillors are set to discuss proposals to proceed to the first stage of extending the Edinburgh tram line to Newhaven.
The City of Edinburgh Council has today written to the Edinburgh Tram Inquiry to state that it will not revive the dormant company formerly known as tie Ltd.
Councillors are set to discuss the progress of a business case for the possible extension of the tram in Edinburgh.
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.
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.
The Council has landed a prestigious industry accolade for 'turning around' the Edinburgh Tram project.
The following press release has been issued by Transport for Edinburgh to mark the first 100 days of trams in the Capital.
Passenger services for the brand new Edinburgh Trams will get under way from 5am tomorrow (Saturday 31 May 2014), marking the start of a new era for integrated public transport in Scotland's Capital.
The date of the first day of Edinburgh Trams passenger service has been announced.
Edinburgh Trams will run a series of simulated 'tram recovery' tests over the coming days as part of a comprehensive pre-service tram testing and driver training programme.
The City of Edinburgh Council and Edinburgh Trams are ramping up their tram safety campaign in preparation for the next phase of testing and training.