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Transport and Streets

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Cash boost for college students in North Lincolnshire with over £500k invested, levelling up and helping out

A popular council policy has been extended once again, when funding was prioritised at the recent council budget. Students from…

27 May 2022
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Residents’ preferred route for Barton link road revealed

The preferred route for a new link road for Barton-Upon-Humber has been revealed – with residents overwhelmingly supporting the latest…

10 March 2022
A mature tree fallen onto a road in front of a house and parked cars following a storm
Call-out teams thanked for emergency response during storms

Emergency teams have been thanked after responding to more than 80 storm-related incidents across North Lincolnshire over the last few…

22 February 2022
Cllr Ogg, Cllr Reed, Cllr Marper, Holly Mumby-Croft and Andrew Percy on mopeds
Green transport boost as council trebles fleet of affordable electric mopeds for job seekers

A fleet of clean, green and affordable electric mopeds is being almost trebled – enabling more people the chance to…

3 February 2022
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Action to be taken against reckless drivers ignoring safety measures at busy Scunthorpe junction  

Action is set to be taken on a busy Scunthorpe junction after some reckless motorists have been ignoring safety measures…

1 February 2022
Aerial view of Kirton in Lindsey
New one-way system for Kirton Market Place

Residents in Kirton will see improvements in the Market Place when a new one-way system is put in place on…

13 January 2022
Jake Quickenden and Cllr Waltham with the gritter Jake Grittenden
Public put Jake Grittenden top of the gritter names poll

TV celebrity and Scunthorpe boy Jake Quickenden has said having a gritting lorry named after him is “probably the highlight…

4 November 2021
Photo of litter with the words 'Show a Litter Respect' warning of £150 fines
Litter louts hit with more than 250 fines in past two months

Enforcement officers handed out 251 fixed penalty notices for dropped litter in August and September. North Lincolnshire Council, in partnership…

20 October 2021
Name a gritter
Gritter lorry names – it’s time to vote for your favourite

The public submitted a wide variety of names for the council’s fleet of gritters after an appeal for suggestions. The…

13 October 2021
Name a gritter
Name our gritting lorries

Winter is approaching and the council’s fleet of gritting lorries is gearing up for its regular patrols keeping North Lincolnshire’s…

4 October 2021
Bright LED streetlights illuminate a road at night
Recognition for council’s work keeping streets safe

Measures to help people feel safe and secure on the streets of North Lincolnshire have been shortlisted for an industry…

27 September 2021
People wearing masks travelling on a bus
Tell us your views to help shape future of bus services

People from across North Lincolnshire are being invited to help shape the future of bus services by sharing how they…

15 September 2021
Photograph of a young woman wearing a mask on a bus
Young people get free unlimited bus travel around Scunthorpe for summer holidays

Children and young adults in North Lincolnshire can get unlimited free travel across Scunthorpe through the summer holidays thanks to…

5 August 2021
Marking work starting on Scunthorpe Ridgeway extension - Cllr Waltham and Scun MP Holly Mumby-Croft
Popular Scunthorpe walking and cycling route to receive £500,000 cash boost

Scunthorpe Ridgeway will be extended from Burringham Road to Hammerton Road in Scunthorpe helping to connect more people to employment,…

3 August 2021
Berkeley Circle junction in Scunthorpe
Have your say on Kingsway junction proposals

Residents are being invited to have their say on proposals which could see changes made to the Brumby Wood Lane junctions…

3 August 2021