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Wishlist for traffic improvements is revealed by council
9:10am Monday 17th September 2012 in News
A NEW Park&Ride at Clifton Moor , a railway station in Haxby and hopes of dualling at least part of York’s northern ring road are included in a wishlist of schemes to improve transport in York over the coming decades.
People are now being invited to have their say on proposals being unveiled today by City of York Council , including improvements to bus services, a freight depot on the edge of town, demolition of the Queen Street Bridge and a new bus interchange beneath.
City transport bosses acknowledge they would need to win significant central government funding as well as investment from business to fund any of the schemes to tackle congestion, reduce pollution, improve public transport and boost business.
But Coun Dave Merrett said it was vital the council had a strategy of what it would like to achieve, so it could take advantage of any future funding opportunities.
Full details: Transport visions of how York could be>>
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