Travel Information

Transport and Travel Survey

Dorset Council and BCP Council need your views to help them develop a new local transport plan to travel safely and easily around the county, while protecting its special landscape. This is essential to help the two councils shape a transport plan that works for everyone in Dorset. Find out more and complete the survey https://www.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/.../local-transport-plan-4 Survey closes Sunday 3 March 2024.

11th January 2024: Road Closure; B3143

Piddletrenthide.

Road closure to allow Openreach engineers to carry out pole tests. Click here for details.

23rd - 25th January 2024: Road Closure; The Cross,

Buckland Newton to Rew Lane.

Road closure to allow Wessex Internet to carry out carriageway repairs. Click here for details.

Road Closure: Factory Lane, between Revels Hill and

the B3143, Buckland Newton; 1st to 9th February

2024.

Highways Maintenance works on Factory Lane, Buckland Newton. The road will be closed daily from 09:00 and 16:00hrs and will be re-opened to traffic overnight and at weekends. Whilst these works are being completed, access to properties and businesses will be maintained as appropriate. Click for more information and diversion route.

44 new electric vehicle chargepoints coming to Dorset

Find out where the new chargepoints will be

Salt/Grit for icy conditions and Sandbags

Salt/Grit bins are available outside the Village Hall and close to

the Church. In case of flooding, the village now has a supply of

sandbags. If you are unlucky enough to require use of these at

some time in the future please contact Doug Morse on 01300

345707 to find out how to obtain sandbags. The village Flood

Warden is Doug Morse (tel: 01300 345707) or e-mail

floodwarden@sky.com

Reporting potholes

If you notice a pothole or anything else you are concerned with on the road you are able to report it yourself here

Bus Passes

More information at Dorset Council Bus Passes

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