Some enterprising residents, from Chigwell Residents’ Association, the Parish Council, and Epping Forest Transport Action Group (EFTAG), have seen some opportunities for some exciting safe… Read More »A new cycling and walking network for Chigwell?
Since the start of the pandemic, Essex Highways has done almost nothing to tackle the emergency across most of our district. So we wrote to Councillor Kevin Bentley, who is the member of the Essex County Council Cabinet with responsibility for highways and infrastructure, to find out what’s going on.
District councillors and county councillors must work together with Essex Highways to deliver a bid for currently available government money which would make real and… Read More »A golden opportunity for Epping Forest!
New late evening Waltham Cross – Loughton via Waltham Abbey and Upshire, returning via Debden service proposed. Help us show that it will be used.Read More »Would you use late-evening buses between Waltham Cross and Debden?
The Epping Forest Transport Action Group (EFTAG), which campaigns for better public transport and safer streets in Epping Forest, has launched a legal challenge against… Read More »Campaigners launch legal challenge to bring evening buses back.
Several people have contacted us to raise concerns about the new EOS London 13 bus service, which runs from Waltham Cross to Epping via Upshire.… Read More »Issues with the 13 bus service – FAQs & survey
EOS London, who run several bus services in Epping Forest including the 66, 86 and forthcoming 13, have extended their daytime 66 bus routes from… Read More »EOS to provide temporary partial replacements for 250 and 251 evening bus services.
Waltham Abbey Town Council has published their opposition to the proposals to end the 250 and 251 evening bus services. Their objection, submitted to the… Read More »#Save250251: Waltham Abbey Town Council opposes service cuts