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Brighton Journal | 26th May 2020

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Conservatives criticise Labour over £181K payout in home to school transport mess

20th May 2020 |

Documents retained by Conservative Councillors in a Freedom of Information request revealed that the Labour council entered into an early termination agreement with Edge Public Solutions LTD. This agreement allowed the consultancy to keep £181,000 despite their unsuccessful efforts.

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Brighton & Hove home to school disruption on 14 routes!

18th September 2019 |

School transport is incredibly important for every child, it ensures their way of getting home from school or college safely. Now, imagine a child who suffers with a certain disability and must rely on transport every day. The thought of … Read More

Police Admit to Ordering Gate Closure at Brighton Railway Station After Pride

9th August 2018 |

A joint statement from British Transport Police and Sussex Police was released yesterday and reveals officers did in fact order the closure of the gates at Brighton Station following dangerous overcrowding after Pride.

Britney Spears’ Brighton and Hove Pride performance at Preston Park on Saturday … Read More

Public Respond to Third Phase of Valley Gardens Project

18th July 2018 |

The public have had their say on the third phase of the Valley Gardens project with the council receiving 875 responses.

This third phase aims to improve travel into the city centre by developing the area from the Old Steine to the Palace Pier roundabout on … Read More

Elderly Lady Suffers Broken Elbow in Brighton Bus Crash

16th July 2018 |

Sussex Police have released news of a highly unfortunate incident which recently occurred in Brighton. A bus crash has resulted in a painful injury to a senior passenger.

A resident of Peacehaven in East Sussex has broken her elbow after … Read More

Number of Electric Cars in Brighton & Hove Increased 1860% in 5 Years

19th June 2018 |

The shift marks the growing prominence of the industry.

Brighton and Hove is widely regarded as a focal point for environmental action.

This is backed up by the surge in popularity in electric cars in the city.

The electric car … Read More

N1 & N5 Bus Routes Cancelled As After-Dark Public Transport Sees Decline In Use

16th January 2018 |

The N1 and N5 night bus routes had their service cancelled recently as the city’s after-dark public transport options were reportedly being underused for them to make financial sense.

The bus company says that some of the routes are used very … Read More

Does Brighton Have the Best Bus Service in the Country?

17th October 2017 |

Brighton and Hove busses has picked up the title of ‘Bus Operator of the Year’ at the National Transport Awards, making the city rank amongst the best connected in the country in terms of its internal and external transport links.

Upon receiving … Read More

North Street Closure

18th September 2017 |

An eight week program of scheduled repairs is underway on Brighton’s North St. A central artery for traffic moving across town in between Hove and Kemptown, the closure is expected to disrupt public transport links, diverting buses down to the … Read More

Brighton’s Big Lemon Getting Bigger!

16th September 2017 | 1

If you’ve not seen The Big Lemon’s yellow buses in and around Brighton yet, then you surely will soon! The local sustainable transport company recently won a bid for various bus routes within Brighton and Hove that were previously tendered … Read More