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People are to be asked for their views on a project costing nearly £1m which would see a string of changes to more parts of Norwich city centre.

The predicted rise of driverless cars in the future means planning must be done now to make sure Norfolk's roads are suitable for the robot revolution, councillors will be told.

Taxi companies could be forced to install CCTV under measures to bring licensing laws that differ widely across Norfolk up to date.

MPs are meeting rail bosses to call for improvements on one of the region's busiest lines.

Hopes are rising that the city's roads are becoming safer for cyclists after a sharp drop in the number of accidents involving those on two wheels.

Street lamps will be turned into Wi-Fi hubs and road sensors will be trialled as part of a futuristic makeover for Suffolk roads.

A pedestrian is hurt in a crash in Norwich every five days, figures show, despite a fall in the number of incidents.

A £4.4m roundabout is to replace a junction at a notorious crash blackspot could be built by the autumn, after the scheme was granted planning permission.

A wish list of transport schemes which council bosses would want to see happen in and around Norwich if the city is sucessful in its bid for a share of £840m will be revealed this month.

An increase in rail fares has prompted protests outside railway stations in Norfolk.

Two search and rescue charities in Norfolk will receive a combined £84,000 to pay for much needed new equipment.

The need for a five year study of snails near the Acle Straight has prompted Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis to write to highways bosses saying any delay in getting work done on the road would be "unacceptable".

More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia's rail network as repeated pledges to improve services fall flat.

A Norwich man living with a lung condition has launched a drive to see the streets of Norwich become car free.

Average speed cameras could still be installed on the A149 between King's Lynn and Hunstanton.

The automotive industry is shocked at disappointed the Government is cutting the plug-in car grant. Motoring editor Andy Russell says that with the demise of diesel it should be stepping up incentivising switching to electrifed vehicles.

Rail services on Greater Anglia have effectively received an £80m subsidy over the last year - from Dutch taxpayers.

An administrative blunder means consultation over the proposed £121m Third River Crossing at Great Yarmouth will need to be extended, but council bosses insisted it will not delay the project.

It is a station that dates back to the 1840s.

Bad drivers, rather than poor road surfaces or the weather, is to blame for the bulk of crashes on Norfolk's roads, according to newly-published figures.

A police inspector has described the reality of dealing with fatal accidents, as figures reveal more people are being killed and injured on Norfolk's roads.

Transport secretary Chris Grayling has said Norwich has made a "strong start" in outlining why it should get a share of the government's £840m Transforming Cities Fund.

Three super-fast bus routes, cleaner buses and smart ticketing could be on the way to Norwich after the city was shortlisted to get a share of £840m of government cash.

Drivers are being delayed two minutes for every five miles on Norfolk roads, new figures have revealed.

A swathe of changes to Norwich's roads have been approved by councillors, including reduced speed limits, new permit zones and almost £2.5m of spending on one road.

Cyclists look set to benefit from two schemes which would see £2.5m of changes to Norwich's Earlham Road.

The head of operations at one of Norwich's biggest bus operators has said a shake-up to make the city more bus-friendly may have actually slowed its journey times.

Campaigners have urged action to make cycling easier and safer after big differences in its popularity across Norfolk were revealed by new figures.

Dualling the A47 would make accidents less likely to close the whole road, according to Norfolk Police.

Two bin lorries and five vans owned by South Norfolk Council were driven for three months without MoTs - because of a typing error.

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