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Motoring misery warned as £8m A326 project starts

Motoring misery warned as £8m A326 project starts

Motoring misery warned as £8m A326 project starts

DRIVERS face delays amid the start of a major £8.1m scheme to overhaul seven junctions on the A326.


Two weeks of A35 closures to start from today

Two weeks of A35 closures to start from today

Two weeks of A35 closures to start from today

A DISRUPTION warning was sounded ahead of a series of night-time closures of parts of the A35 Redbridge Causeway before a major £25m upgrade.


Drivers hit out at new £100 pay-at-pump fee

Drivers hit out at new £100 pay-at-pump fee

Drivers hit out at new £100 pay-at-pump fee

THE way we pay for petrol at the pumps is changing but it's leaving some drivers frustrated.


Drivers urged to check their cars are compatible with new petrol being rolled out this summer

Drivers urged to check their cars are compatible with new petrol being rolled out this summer

Drivers urged to check their cars are compatible with new petrol being rolled out this summer

UP TO 600,000 vehicles on our roads may not be suited to having the new E10 petrol in their tanks.


'Crazy' to resurrect Lymington High Street parking charge plan

'Crazy' to resurrect Lymington High Street parking charge plan

'Crazy' to resurrect Lymington High Street parking charge plan

OPPONENTS have slammed a report that recommends resurrecting the plan to introduce on street parking charges in the centre of Lymington.

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SWR passenger numbers hit buffers during pandemic

SWR passenger numbers hit buffers during pandemic

SWR passenger numbers hit buffers during pandemic

PASSENGER numbers on South Western Railway trains dropped by three-quarters during the 2020-21 financial year, figures have revealed.


Plea for government cash to fix Hampshire's potholes

Plea for government cash to fix Hampshire's potholes

Plea for government cash to fix Hampshire's potholes

THE deputy leader of Hampshire County Council has called on the government to increase the amount of funding it provides for road maintenance.


Drivers slam 'chaos' caused by cattle grid closure

Drivers slam 'chaos' caused by cattle grid closure

Drivers slam 'chaos' caused by cattle grid closure

MOTORISTS have complained of Bank Holiday "chaos" caused by cattle grid replacement work over the Bank Holiday weekend.


New signs recommended at railway station in wake of teen's electrocution on track

New signs recommended at railway station in wake of teen's electrocution on track

New signs recommended at railway station in wake of teen's electrocution on track

THE death of a 17-year-old boy at Hinton Admiral train station has prompted a coroner to call for more signage.


Government may call in decision on expanding Southampton Airport runway

Government may call in decision on expanding Southampton Airport runway

Government may call in decision on expanding Southampton Airport runway

THE government is considering whether to call in controversial plans to expand the runway at Southampton Airport.


What the great rail revolution means for you

What the great rail revolution means for you

What the great rail revolution means for you

The Great British Railways proposal could usher in the biggest changes to our trains for 30 years – but what does it mean for rail users?


A31 weekend closures planned ahead of £25m revamp

A31 weekend closures planned ahead of £25m revamp

A31 weekend closures planned ahead of £25m revamp

THE A31 could be shut for some weekends this summer to enable preliminary work to be carried out on a major £25m revamp.


Inquest: Coroner's concern over warning signs at railway station where teen was fatally electrocuted

Inquest: Coroner's concern over warning signs at railway station where teen was fatally electrocuted

Inquest: Coroner's concern over warning signs at railway station where teen was fatally electrocuted

A CORONER is to write to Network Rail to share his concerns over the lack of warning signs at a train station following the death of a teenager.


Book to raise funds for threatened Hythe ferry

Book to raise funds for threatened Hythe ferry

Book to raise funds for threatened Hythe ferry

A book which tells the tale of a friendly seal has been launched to help raise £10,000 for the under-threat Hythe ferry.


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