Work continues on ambitious £11million street lighting programme
Thousands of energy efficient lights are currently being installed across Medway as part of an £11million street lighting replacement programme.
Update on Chatham Waterfront Travel Information Centre
The Travel Information Centre at Chatham Waterfront Bus Station, which closed in March in line with government coronavirus guidelines, will not be reopening.
Improving cycling and walking routes across Medway
Medway Council has created new cycle lanes, installed new cycle racks and widened 11 miles of well-used public footpaths thanks to active travel funding from the Department for Transport (DfT).
New two-year street lighting project gets underway
VolkerHighways has been awarded a street lighting contract with Medway Council, worth more than £9 million, that will see thousands of energy efficient lights installed across Medway.
South East submits bid for transport devolution to boost economic recovery and accelerate green transport revolution
A ground-breaking bid for transport devolution in the South East of England has been submitted to government by a partnership of the region’s local authorities and business leaders.
Essential work continues in Medway
Whilst many have been forced to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic, essential work out on Medway’s roads continues.
Older and disabled people bus pass restrictions lifted
Older and disabled people will now be able to use their bus passes before 9am in Medway.
Medway receives nearly £5million government funding for Medway Tunnel improvement works
Medway Council has been awarded nearly £5million of funding from the Department of Transport for works for the Medway Tunnel.