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Rights of way work gets underway

Work has started on £80,000 worth of improvements to Dudley borough’s rights of way network.

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Have your say on new powers to tackle moving driving offences

Residents are being asked for their views on plans to apply for new powers to enforce moving traffic offences in Dudley borough.


Cash to improve rights of way

More than £80,000 is being invested in improving rights of way across Dudley borough to make them more accessible.

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Fly-tip plea to catch offenders

Fly-tippers hit Dudley borough more than 240 times a month prompting council bosses to call on the public for their help in catching them.

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Street lights LED conversion programme to get underway

A three-year programme to convert around 24,000 borough street lights to LED will get underway next month.

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New trail to aid cycling in borough park

A newly painted activity trail is set to help children as they learn to ride their bike in the safety of a borough park.

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New quadbikes to fight weeds

The fight against weeds will “go to a new level” after Dudley Council took on three quadbikes to make spraying more efficient.

Councillor Damian Corfield, Jake Powell, Chris Darby and Ben Powell on school crossing

School crossing patrols join the crew

Dudley Council has successfully recruited six new school crossing patrols for permanent sites throughout the borough.

Road safety lesson at school Back Councillor Damian Corfield and Sheila Thomas Front Reece Davies 11, Deputy Head Mrs Smith and Ellie-Mai Shakespeare 10.

Youngsters given road safety boost

Dudley borough pupils set to move up to secondary schools this year are receiving road safety tips to help them prepare.

Kerry Wickett, Councillor Damian Corfield and Matt Wickett at Wall Heath Park

Play areas to get much-needed revamp following £1m pledge

Five play areas are expected to get a much-needed revamp as part of plans to spend nearly £1 million improving borough parks.

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Proposals for new powers to tackle moving driving offences

Dudley Council has outlined plans to apply for powers to enforce a range of driving offences in a bid to improve road safety, tackle congestion and improve air quality.

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“Get tough” on potholes – highways boss

Thousands of square metres of pothole repairs and patching have been completed in Dudley borough over the past few weeks as highways bosses vowed to “get tough” on road defects.