Green councillors react to bus cuts

30th June 2022

Green councillors have reacted with dismay to news of further cuts in bus services. Cllr Bernard Little commented on the…

A year of achievement for our Green Councillors

29th April 2022

After success in the elections last May, our 13 Green councillors put Sheffield City Council on a pathway to Net…

Sheffield Greens set out vision for transport in the city

26th April 2022

Sheffield Green Party is today launching a vision for transport in the City, asking Sheffielders to imagine what life would…

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Comments on Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

19th April 2022

The Council’s Executive Member for Climate Change, Environment and Transport, Cllr Douglas Johnson, responds to a constituent’s enquiry about the…

“People in South Yorkshire will lose out from Mayor’s lack of ambition”

5th April 2022

Greens expressed disappointment as South Yorkshire failed to win a penny of government funding for buses. Sheffield is the only…

Pinstone St pedestrianisation is the way ahead

23rd March 2022

Green councillors have welcomed the decision to confirm progress towards a greener city centre, with better walking, cycling, public transport…

Greens propose new scheme to fund improvements to Public Transport

4th February 2022

Greens on Sheffield City Council have proposed a new scheme to give a much needed boost to tram and bus…

Plans to clamp down on city centre pavement parking

15th December 2021

Residents and businesses are being urged to share their views on new proposals to ban pavement parking in the city…

All day bus lanes could be part of the solution

9th December 2021

Sheffield Green Party member Jason Leman writes on the subject of all day bus lanes.     An idea to…

“We don’t need another car park” say Greens

6th December 2021

Green Councillors on Sheffield’s Planning Committee have opposed a new multi storey car park as part of the West Bar…