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Slower driving speeds, increased levels of walking and cycling and minimal impact on journey times are among the key findings of a new report carried out in areas of Wales trialling the new default 20mph speed limit.
Plans to modernise taxi services across Wales have been outlined in a white paper on the Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle (Wales) Bill published by the Welsh Government today (Thursday 9 March).
New plan to equip today’s children and workers with the skills needed to work in the ‘net zero’ jobs of tomorrow
- New net zero skills plan sets out vision of the role skills will play in moving Wales away from the fossil-fuelled economy of the past to a new low carbon future, as part of a just transition.
- Net zero jobs will become the cornerstone of the new industries of the future, that very likely don’t yet exist.
- Economy Minister launches new plan to ensure today’s children and workers will have the skills required to work in the new jobs of tomorrow’s net zero economy.
Since Storm Dennis hit Wales in February 2020, the Welsh Government has provided more than £194m to help with the risk of flooding.
Helping businesses cut energy costs: Welsh Government and Development Bank launch new Green Business Loan Scheme
A major new loan scheme to support businesses in Wales cut their energy costs by taking steps to become greener and more energy efficient has been launched today by the Welsh Government and Development Bank of Wales.
Putting the brakes on carbon emissions, steering towards alternative solutions and driving towards net zero by 2050
Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters set the direction for the future of transport in Wales today with a statement that puts climate change at the heart of decision making.
The results of the Welsh Government’s Roads Review Panel will be made public on Tuesday 14th February 2023.
A joint statement from Welsh Government, WLGA, Confederation of Passenger Transport and Coach and Bus Association Cymru
Minister for Climate Change Julie James met Jinx the biosecurity dog today, whom she has tasked with a special mission to protect Wales’ seabirds.
Gigabit? Gigalot! Consultation opens on proposals to require all new homes built with download speeds of 1Gbps
The Minister for Economy Vaughan Gething and the Minister for Climate Change Julie James have announced a consultation into proposals to require housing developers to ensure all new build houses be equipped with gigabit broadband capability.
Brand new trains, hydrogen fuelled buses and tripling walking and cycling routes - these are just some of the ways the Welsh Government plans to ‘make the right thing to do, the easy thing to do’ according to Deputy Minister Lee Waters.
Minister Julie James has today (Monday, January 30) announced a new £50m scheme to bring more empty homes back to life.