Traffic diversions: A section of Lincoln High Street will be closed to vehicles and pedestrians as a year of work to build a pedestrian foot bridge over the level crossing gets underway.
Parking fines: Lincolnshire County Council has revealed that over 10,000 drivers in Lincoln were handed parking fines in the last 10 months.
New trains for rail passengers: The government has confirmed that it wants to replace the 30-year-old Lincoln to Sheffield Pacer trains.
Thursday, February 26
Public enquiry: The Department for Transport has confirmed that the second public inquiry to be held for the £100 million Lincoln Eastern Bypass scheme will take place in August.
Wednesday, February 25
Diverted trains: Around 100 passenger and freight trains per day will be diverted through stations including Lincoln during five weekends of East Coast Mainline maintenance works.
New timetables: Extra trains and faster services between Lincoln and Nottingham will be in place from May.
Monday, February 23
Transport hub work assigned: Construction company Willmott Dixon has been appointed to deliver the £25 million transport hub proposed in Lincoln.
Friday, February 20
East West Link latest: A pedestrian footbridge will be the next addition to the £22 million works to create a new East-West Link road through Lincoln.
Wednesday, February 18
Newark Road works: Repair works along Newark Road in Lincoln are expected to take five nights, with temporary traffic lights in place throughout.
Temporary traffic lights: Additional traffic lights will be in place at the Washingborough Road junction with Canwick Road in Lincoln for two days.