Roads and travel news
Published on 14 Oct 2019
Residents living around the centre of Dalkeith are being asked their views on introducing parking permits.
Published on 1 Oct 2019
Resurfacing work on Rullion Road, Penicuik begins on Monday 14 October and will last approximately six weeks.
Published on 28 Jun 2019
We're reminding residents in Penicuik that the gas supplier, SGN, is starting major work in the Edinburgh Road area on Saturday 29 June.
Published on 25 Jun 2019
Work to make roads safer along with traffic calming and school safety measures will continue to be prioritised according to need, Tuesday’s full Council agreed.
Published on 12 Nov 2018
With more than 3,000 tons of salt stored, 32 vehicles and plant primed and 39 core staff ready to roll, we’re geared up to take on whatever the weather throws at us this winter.
Published on 3 Oct 2018
An updated operational plan to deal with the impact of severe weather this winter has been approved by the council.
Published on 29 Jun 2018
Mauricewood roundabout comment
Published on 5 Jun 2018
Council currently spending an extra £15,000 a week to repair the damage done to Midlothian’s roads following the arctic conditions of February and March.
Published on 11 May 2018
A report on a serious fraud investigation involving Roads Services will be heard in public at a special meeting of Midlothian Council’s Audit Committee on Tuesday 15 May.
Published on 4 May 2018
Pay and Display car parks in Dalkeith, North Wynd and St Andrews Street, operational again.
Published on 17 Apr 2018
The cycleway at Wester Auchendinny Bridge has now reopened
Published on 16 Apr 2018
Parking tickets now being issued to any vehicle committing a parking offence
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.
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