Coventry’s ring road is set to undergo a deep clean over the coming weeks, brightening and refreshing its concrete fascia cladding.
Electric taxis are now available for trial as part of the Council’s ‘Electric Fleet First’ project.
The Council is set to approve a £10m programme to maintain and improve the city’s roads over the coming year.
After the successful introduction of average speed cameras on some routes in the city, we are proposing more safety measures on roads with a history of collisions where speed has been a factor.
Coventry will receive £50m to fund 297 all-electric buses that will be on city streets by 2025.
Urban Air Port® Air-One® has today been selected as a winner of the UK government’s Future Flight Challenge to develop aviation infrastructure and systems that enable the next generation of electric and autonomous air vehicles
Plans for a striking new visitor information pod to be installed at Coventry Railway Station have been submitted to Coventry City Council’s Planning Committee.
Coventry has successfully bid to become one of the UK’s only two all-electric bus cities.
Coventry City Council is offering free parking in its car parks over the Christmas period beginning on Saturday 19 December.
With the city sadly unable to host its big annual Christmas Lights switch on event due to the current Tier 3 restrictions, the Council along with key city partners have still been working hard to bring some festive cheer to the city centre.
As part of a plan to make Coventry’s roads even safer Average Speed Enforcement Cameras are planned to be installed on:
Giant poppies are being painted on Coventry’s roads to mark Remembrance Day on 11 November.
A government backed trial in Coventry to look at the best approach to legalising the use of e-scooters has been paused after concerns that some users have been riding the scooters on pavements.
A government backed trial to look at the best approach to legalising the use of e-scooters will get underway in Coventry in September.
Coventry City Council’s plans to run a battery powered very light rail transit system in the city has taken a major step forward thanks to the skills of local engineering company NP Aerospace.
Work will go ahead to continue improvements to Swanswell Viaduct section of the Ring Road after the Council was successful in bidding for £5m from the Department of Transport.
More pavements across the city are to be improved following Coventry City Council successfully securing over £2 million in additional funding.
Coventry has received an EV boost with 30 new on-street electric vehicle charging points installed in the Holyhead Road area as part of an exciting new pilot project.
The first of a new phase of Char.gy charging points for electric vehicles made by a Coventry based manufacturer have been installed in the company’s home city.
Pop up cycle lanes, wider pavements and bike share schemes are just some of the measures being planned in Coventry to encourage more people to cycle and walk when moving around the city.
Volunteers are needed to help design a new scheme under which motorists would be paid up to £3,000 a year to give up their cars.
A Coventry Councillor and regular bus user is hoping to encourage local companies to take steps to introduce more improvements to bus travel.