Jumpers and St Catherine's Hill Residents' Association
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Local Bus Services
YELLOW Buses has announced changes from August 2016 to two services following the withdrawal of funding by Dorset County Council.
Service 24 will be discontinued between Burton and Bournemouth. It will continue to operate from Bournemouth to Alum Chine.
Service 111 is to become a school day only service operating once a day between Hurn, Christchurch and Twynham.
Information for older and disabled people from First Bus
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Hurn Bridge roundabout improvements
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Travel and Transport newsletter, June 2015 - Focus on highways
Travel and Transport newsletter, January 2015 - Includes major roadworks on A338
Update 2013 - Dorset County Council commenced feasibility studies on local roads to ease the current
traffic congestion. The following six items are the priority for the
Improvements to the B3073
including a 3rd lane for buses and coaches with traffic lights at the
Airport entrance junction.
A gyratory system to replace the traffic lights at Parley Cross.
A revamp, including traffic lights, at the Chapel Gate
A short bypass to the south of Hurn to replace the road across the small bridge and the existing roundabout.
A second bridge across the A338 at Blackwater next to and parallel with the existing one.
An additional lane in each direction on the A338 between Blackwater interchange and Cooper Dean.
Total cost is estimated at £63 million hoping to start work in 2016 and finish in 2021
with some hope of starting elements of the programme early.
June 2012 - £12.1 million cash injection to improve transport links
A guide to Hedges, trees and the highway
Community Highway Areas Map (DCC link)
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