Signs are being installed across 20 schools in Sheffield which warn parents they could face fines for leaving their cars running during pick-up and drop-off times. Sheffield is one of the first cities outside of London to introduce the policy. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
A new park and ride facility has been unveiled in Tinsley at IKEA Sheffield. The development was one of the conditions of planning approval for the furniture store and brings a total of eight park and ride facilities now available across the city. There is no cost to use the parking but commuters have to pay the price of the tram ride. Azz Mohammed reports for Sheffield Live!
Tree campaigner, Martin Young, involved in a stand-off with Council contractors, said he was given no notice of removal of the vehicle from Lismore Road. Sheffield Council said signs were put up in the area warning residents to remove their vehicles to allow tree felling works to continue. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
Drivers in Sheffield are facing a 15 per cent increase in car insurance compared to last year, with an average vehicle insurance cost of £952, according to a new report. The figures have been published by price comparision website, Confused.com, and are similar to trends across the country. Sheffield Live reporter Azz Mohammed spoke to Amanda Stretton, motoring editor for Confused.com.
Car booster seat regulations are set to change in March with the aim of improving child safety and some seating models will no longer be legal to sell. Many parents remain confused about the new child car seat regulations. Sheffield Live! reporter Simon Thake spoke to safer roads education manager Joanne Werhle.