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Union threatens strike action over plan to close town's bus depot

Union threatens strike action over plan to close town's bus depot

05 May 2021

Arriva staff are being balloted on strike action after the bus firm announced its plan to close one of its town centre depots.

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4,000 homes spark 'permanent gridlock' fears at notorious junction

4,000 homes spark 'permanent gridlock' fears at notorious junction

04 May 2021

A Kent MP fears a notoriously busy junction could become 'permanently gridlocked' if a council agrees to set aside land for thousands of homes.

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Footbridge removed in train station revamp

Footbridge removed in train station revamp

02 May 2021

An old footbridge at a railway station has been removed as part of a multi-million pound refurbishment scheme to improve access.

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Dover TAP implemented after Op Brock removed

Dover TAP implemented after Op Brock removed

27 April 2021

Just 48 hours after Operation Brock was removed, Dover-bound traffic is being held up due to freight congestion.

M20 reopens after seven-hour closure

M20 reopens after seven-hour closure

25 April 2021

Bomb disposal teams have left the M20 and the route has reopened following a lengthy closure - but scheduled works mean it will partly shut again.

Army on M20 as queues stretch back miles

Army on M20 as queues stretch back miles

25 April 2021

Explosive experts from the Army are on the M20 surveying the security of a vehicle involved in a lengthy police chase.

M20 reopens after bomb squad inspect vehicle stopped by police

M20 reopens after bomb squad inspect vehicle stopped by police

25 April 2021

A 15-mile stretch of the M20 has reopened - after police stopped a car and army explosives experts were called to the scene.

Devastation inside the freight train fire

Devastation inside the freight train fire

23 April 2021

These exclusive pictures show the damage from a blaze which ripped thought a freight train in Kent.

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Not again! Impatient driver trapped by anti-terror bollard

Not again! Impatient driver trapped by anti-terror bollard

23 April 2021

For the third time in the space of a fortnight, a tailgating driver has been caught out by a city centre's anti-terror defence system.

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Arriva set to axe island services

Arriva set to axe island services

21 April 2021

Bus services are at risk in one part of Kent after Arriva announced it was looking to close a town centre hub and axe routes.

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The district set to become electric car capital

The district set to become electric car capital

21 April 2021

More than 650 charging points are set to be installed in one district as it prepares for a surge in demand for electric vehicles.

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Electric plane pioneers face opposition to airstrip plan

Electric plane pioneers face opposition to airstrip plan

19 April 2021

Plans to build an airstrip for electric-powered small planes are facing opposition from people living in the area.

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Incredible story of the Murad - the car which never was

Incredible story of the Murad - the car which never was

18 April 2021

Inventor Wadia Murad was light years ahead of his time and planned to produce his new car in Kent. But then his dreams turned into a nightmare.

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'People were glaring as if I was some sort of scooter hooligan'

'People were glaring as if I was some sort of scooter hooligan'

11 April 2021

With the roll-out of an electric scooter trial causing increasing concern among residents, we had a go on one of the controversial devices.

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Scheme to ban parking outside village pub

Scheme to ban parking outside village pub

08 April 2021

Highways managers have launched a trial scheme to extend double yellow lines to ban parking in the centre of a village.

No revised crossing plans despite Easter pledge

No revised crossing plans despite Easter pledge

06 April 2021

Highways bosses preparing plans for a £8.2bn tunnel under the River Thames are not committing to a date for when to expect a revised application.

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Trains diverted after trespasser on tracks

Trains diverted after trespasser on tracks

04 April 2021

Police have detained a trespasser who was found on a railway line after trains had to be diverted because of the incident.

Bomb disposal unit rushes to car park

Bomb disposal unit rushes to car park

04 April 2021

Part of a city centre has been blocked off after a Second World War bomb was pulled out of a river.

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Major engineering halts trains

Major engineering halts trains

04 April 2021

Dramatic images show a new rail bridge being craned into position, as operators warn of disruption across the county today and tomorrow.

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Psychologists' signs help cut pollution at crossings

Psychologists' signs help cut pollution at crossings

01 April 2021

Carefully worded road signs have helped 'significantly' cut pollution by reducing engine idling at busy railway crossings, a study has found.

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