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Details of the scheme to improve junction 47 on the A1(M)
A19 road closure from Chapel Haddlesey Bridge to the junction with Wand Lane.
Details of junction improvements to Stoney Haggs Road, Seamer, Scarborough
Find out more about road works as part of the West of Harrogate developments coming forward as part of Harrogate Borough Council’s Local Plan.
From April 2021 we will be trialling a traffic-free Whitby Swing Bridge on weekends and Bank Holidays.
Construction of the new link road and over bridge at north Northallerton.
We have been awarded funding from the government's National Productivity Investment fund to deliver a Sustainable Transport Package in the West of Harrogate.
We are making junction improvements to Bond End in Knaresborough which are designed to address air quality concerns.
We are making road improvements and resurfacing in Ripon and Harrogate district which improve important commuter routes.
Information about the refurbishment to Cawood bridge in Selby.
Information about various A59 Kex Gill works all in one place, including future plans for realignment.
The 4.8km single carriageway bypass linking the A684 north of Bedale and the A684 east of Leeming Bar was opened on 11 August 2016.
The 12-week public engagement about the impact of congestion in Harrogate and Knaresborough has ended.
High Speed Two (HS2) is the planned new high speed rail network connecting London with the West Midlands and the north of England by 2033.
Find out about our bids for road improvement funding as well as transport improvement strategies.
Details of developer-led roadworks in Harrogate including the A59 near Oaker Bank roundabout and Penny Pot Lane.
Proposed parking restrictions, various streets, Thornton-le-Dale
A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) enables us to limit or prohibit the movement of traffic on the highway.
We are in the process of developing a series of Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs) for the principal towns in the county.