Great Western Railway (GWR) launches mobile ticketing across its network this week.
Between 17 March and 2 April, if you park your car at one of the Salisbury Park & Ride sites, you will be able to travel to/from the City Centre free of charge on the Park & Ride buses.
The Helping Hand accessibility card allows passengers who need some assistance to communicate with the driver, without having to verbally explain their disability.
You can now cycle or walk safely between Bulford and Amesbury after the final phase of a new shared pedestrian and cycle path was completed.
Work began last week to remove the red briquettes along the whole of Butcher Row and Fish Row.
Wiltshire Council have completed work on a scheme to improve a section of the National Cycle Network (NCN) 403 in Marlborough.
Wiltshire Police will be carrying out roadside checks to intercept drivers who have passed a cyclist too close.
Wiltshire Council have just completed work on a scheme to improve a section of Byway 20 in Amesbury.
Now that spring is arriving, it’s time to dust off your bike and get cycling again.
Rail Minister Paul Maynard travelled on a special GWR Swindon to Salisbury TransWilts service.