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.
The government requires us to publish plans for maintaining and improving all aspects of local transport over a five year period.
Work on the final phase of the reconstruction of Selby bypass is due to start in August 2017.
The county council is to receive £24m of government funding towards a £32m package for the maintenance of the county's rural road network.
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.
Work to deliver a £2.2m road upgrading programme at Catterick Garrison has begun.
We are reviewing the need for and alignment of a Harrogate and Knaresborough relief road.
We are working to improve and enhance Scarborough precinct with new paving, street furniture and trees.
Our prospectus sets out how we would like to work with government, Transport for the North and the Northern City Regions on transport improvements.
We have submitted a bid for a share of £60m from the government for sustainable travel projects in Harrogate, Scarborough and Skipton.
We have secured £5.1m from the national productivity investment fund to improve local roads and public transport.
The county council has bid for £5m of funding from the government from its highways maintenance challenge fund.
Information about our bid for road improvement funding from the Department for Transport safer roads fund.