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Councillor Damian Corfield, cabinet member for highways and environment

Free parking this Christmas

Shoppers can park for free on Saturdays in the run up to Christmas in town centres across Dudley borough.

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Crackdown on dog fouling

Surveillance is being carried out in dog fouling hot spot areas across Dudley borough in a bid to catch and prosecute irresponsible pet owners.

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Two School Streets trials could come to borough

Legal traffic orders could come into effect in Dudley borough early next year as part of a pilot scheme to reduce congestion and improve road safety around schools.

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First phase of congestion-busting Kingswinford works almost complete

The first phase of a £1 million scheme to improve traffic flow and safety for pedestrians in Kingswinford and Wall Heath is on track to be completed a month ahead of schedule.

Elizabeth Dalloway, Road saftey education lead, Councillor Damian Corfield, cabinet member for environment and highyways and award winner Elizabeth Hampton

Council employee wins award for sharing cycle joy

A Dudley Council employee has received a national award for her dedication to helping children and young people cycle safely in the borough.

Councillor Corfield and Councillor Bradley step out on the new pavement

Town prepares to welcome more people on foot

New pavements have been laid and bus shelters installed in Brierley Hill, as works to rejuvenate the town centre continue.

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Road reopens after water leak

Work on a water leak on a busy road in Kingswinford has been completed and the road has reopened, highways officials confirmed today.

Councillor Damian Corfield, cabinet member for highways and environment

New play area plans for Wordsley

A new £200,000 play area is being planned for an open space in Wordsley.

Guardrails installed to deter motorbikes - Councillor Damian Corfield

Guardrails installed to deter motorbikes

New guardrails have been installed at the entrances of a public right of way in Kingswinford to deter people on motorbikes using it as a cut through.

Poppies made by centre users at Queens Cross Network

Recycled bottles support Remembrance display

Thousands of recycled plastic bottles have been used by service users at a Dudley Council run centre to create a poppy display in Amblecote.

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Work starts on cycle route in Dudley

Work has started on a new two-way cycle route along a busy commuter route in Dudley.

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Be Bright Be Seen this Winter

As clocks go back an hour this weekend, and darker nights draw in road users and pedestrians are being urged to ‘Be Bright and Be Seen’.