Merton council’s transport plan to meet the challenges the Coronavirus pandemic has brought, help the borough recover safely and secure long-term environmental and health benefits, has been published. Merton’s Active […]
A brand new bus route is being introduced to ensure that residents around the Ravensbury area keep their link to Morden Tube Station while the 118 route is on diversion. […]
Merton Council is cracking down on illegally parked vehicles from this week in response to concerns raised by residents. From Wednesday 1 August, residents will be able to report an […]
Get behind the wheel of an electric vehicle for a test drive on Saturday, July 15 in Wimbledon High Street. A pair of cars will be available as part of […]
Merton Council’s highways team is continuing to work around the clock to keep the gullies clear of debris as sewers have become overwhelmed with unusually heavy rainfall.
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club?
Merton Council will keep the borough moving as 41 new state-of-the-art cameras are switched on to monitor the area’s roads and keep people safe.
New cameras will be installed across the borough next month as the council moves a step closer to enforcing moving traffic offences using automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).