Roads and travel news
Published on 14 Mar 2018
Section of cycle route closed for until further notice following road accident
Published on 12 Mar 2018
Proposed schedule to introduce decriminalised parking in Midlothian has been announced by the council.
Published on 4 Dec 2017
Newbattle High School has become the 4th in Midlothian to be awarded a Cycle Friendly Secondary School Award
Published on 27 Jul 2017
Active Travel team up for two prizes
Published on 28 Jun 2017
Out and About project receives national recognition
Published on 15 Jun 2017
A new report published today [Thursday 15 June] has found that the Borders Railway is attracting new workers, homeowners and tourists to communities served by the line, including Midlothian.
Published on 7 Apr 2017
Midlothian Council’s Active Travel team shortlisted for Scottish Transport Award.
Published on 16 Mar 2017
Find out how Midlothian Council plans to tackle parking issues.
Published on 9 Dec 2016
Parking restrictions and traffic delays are likely from 9 January when SSE Telecommunications start installing a cable duct.
Published on 5 Dec 2016
Have you received your new national entitlement card yet, the smartcard that gives you access to free public services such as local buses?
Published on 27 Sep 2016
A request by Edinburgh City Council to consider a dividend of £20 million from the publicly-owned Lothian Buses would only be agreed if it did not impact on the company’s ability to operate.
Published on 23 Sep 2016
We have joined forces with NHS Lothian to add three more electric vehicles to our fleets.
Published on 20 Sep 2016
Buggies and bikes were out in force today at an event to celebrate the success of a £1.9m cross-boundary cycle and walking route.
Published on 8 Sep 2016
Who better to help Midlothian Council Leader Catherine Johnstone celebrate the first anniversary of the Borders Railway than pupils from Gorebridge’s brand new school, Gore Glen Primary?
Published on 21 Mar 2016
The Chief Executive of Midlothian Council has expressed serious concerns regarding proposals to put £20 million from the publicly-owned Lothian Buses into extending Edinburgh’s tram network.
Published on 28 Jan 2016
The Borders Railway has welcomed its 500,000th passenger in a little over four months of service.
Published on 20 Jan 2016
The steps at Ironmills Park from Cemetery Road in Dalkeith have been closed again because of further landslip problems.
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