Roads affected by flooding
We are aware that a number of roads across Medway were affected by heavy rainfall and surface water last night, Monday, 10 June.
Children praised for taking part in national challenge
Schoolchildren across Medway have been praised for taking part in a national challenge which encourages young people to ditch the car and walk, cycle or scoot to and from school.
Schools encouraged to take part in the Big Pedal
Children, parents and teachers are being encouraged to ditch the car and cycle, scoot or walk to be more active on their journey to school.
Agencies work together to encourage residents to buckle up
Motorists and passengers are being encouraged to wear a seatbelt in a bid to reduce the number of people killed or injured across Kent and Medway’s roads.
Arriva launches contactless payments on its services in the Medway Towns
Arriva passengers in the Medway towns can now buy their bus tickets using contactless payments.
Budget: Investment in highways welcomed in Medway
The Chancellor of the Exchequer presented his Budget to Parliament on Monday, 29 October. Following the announcement, Medway Council’s portfolio holder covering highways has welcomed the news.
Lower Thames Crossing consultation launched
Highways England have launched a consultation on the Lower Thames Crossing – a major new road which would nearly double road capacity across the River Thames and almost halve northbound journey times.
Parking on St Mary's Island
A decision has been made to postpone the implementation of parking restrictions on St Mary's Island.