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Schemes and Projects

Bedford Borough Council is responsible for many of the Schemes which take place in Bedford Borough.

This can be from minor schemes such as instating local restrictions for effective Traffic Management right through to larger schemes such as the construction of the Western Bypass.

Bedford Borough Council is committed to developing strategies to support local and national policies on tackling congestion and disruption on the highway network and meet the Council’s statutory obligations as laid out in the Traffic Management Act 2004 (TMA). However, the TMA is specific in stating that traffic is not only vehicular, but includes pedestrians and cyclists.

Therefore, Bedford Borough Council is proactively introducing new schemes and projects to achieve the desired pro-efficient Highway Network

You can find details of Schemes and Projects taking place in Bedford by following the links below:

 

Key Transport Projects - variety of Projects taking place in and around Bedford

Traffic Regulation Orders - local Traffic Management Schemes

Consultations and Schemes - discussions and progress of schemes likely to be proposed

2016-2018 - Three Year Highways Maintenance Programme - List of maintenance schemes being carried out in 2016 to 2018 such as roads, pavements & bridges

Other Consultations & News - find out what is happening in Bedford relating to Highways

 

Should you have any queries, please contact the Highways Helpdesk as detailed below:

Phone:  01234 718003

E-mail:  Highways.Helpdesk@bedford.gov.uk

Mail:     Highways Helpdesk

             Customer Service Centre

             2 Horne Lane

             Bedford

             MK40 1RA

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