Dorset County Council will start work on a new right-turn lane at the Axium Centre business park on the A35 on Monday 12 September.
More school buses are being been opened up in the Purbecks, giving both students and the public greater opportunities to travel.
Two school bus routes linking North Dorset, Purbeck and Dorchester have been extended to provide extra public journeys.
Dorset County Council is extending its community bus service between Southill and Weymouth town centre.
Volunteers and community groups in Dorset can set up new ways for local people to get out and about more easily thanks to a new community transport toolkit produced by Dorset County Council.
Bus routes 24 and 111, which serve Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole, will be changing from Sunday 7 August.
Dorset County Council will carry out resurfacing works on the A3066 between Melplash and Beaminster at night after listening to the views of residents and businesses in Beaminster.
Weymouth park and ride is changing from this Saturday.
Work to replace a damaged culvert on the A30 is entering its final phase.
National Bike Week kicks off on Saturday 11 June, and this year’s theme is “Ride to Work”.
A community bus linking Southill to the town centre starts next Monday (13 June).
Residents of Weymouth and Portland are being challenged to leave their cars at home and pick up some prizes along the way.
Dorset County Council remains on course to complete emergency repairs to a collapsed culvert under the A30 through Sherborne as quickly as possible despite additional challenges.
Communities have an opportunity to help shape the future of public and school transport in Dorset.
Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership and Dorset County Council proudly announce the completion of the £22 million major renewal of the A338.
Dorset Highways will be closing a section of the A30 through Sherborne while emergency repairs are carried out under the road.
West Dorset District Council has simplified the process for requesting or renewing a Shoppers Parking Permit.
Dorchester’s park and ride service, based at Dorchester Town Football Club, will stop running at the end of July.
Dorset Highways’ surface dressing programme is underway, with rural roads across the county scheduled for treatment.
Due to reductions in its Government funding, Dorset County Council needs to save £500,000 on its subsidised public transport in 2016/17 and a further £1m in 2017/18.