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Proposals for Portsmouth e-scooter trials take step forward

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Proposals for trials of e-scooters in Portsmouth took a step forward after the local council endorsed the Solent Transport proposal to the Department for Transport (DfT).

Portsmouth City Council 2016Portsmouth City Council's Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation, Cllr Lynne Stagg, approved plans for a trial for around 80 scooters to be available for hire from six proposed locations in the city, subject to government's agreement.

The DfT's agreement is required to make the trial legal and secure the funding for the scheme.

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New app to tackle sources of plastic pollution in Portsmouth

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The University has partnered with Portsmouth based environmental technology company Jetsam Tech, whose app allows anyone to contribute to mapping plastic pollution in Portsmouth. Local people can simply download the Jetsam app and submit photographs of the plastic waste they encounter in daily life in the city.

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Wightlink’s new website is designed by its customers - with a Portsmouth web agency

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Wightlink has launched its new website, making it easier for customers to book cross-Solent ferry travel to the Isle of Wight.

The new website is faster to use and much more straightforward to navigate. It was also designed to be mobile-first, allowing users to access the website in more ways than ever.
Wightlink worked with Si digital, a web agency based in Southsea. Its experts in strategy, design and development help customers make the most of technology.

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Portsmouth's future plans unveiled during Recycle Week

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For Recycle Now’s 17th annual Recycle Week, Portsmouth City Council are thanking residents of Portsmouth for continuing to recycle despite all that has happened this year.

To launch Recycle Week, Portsmouth City Council announced plans in its response to make the city a cleaner, greener and safer place to live. It plans for a fully electric bin lorry fleet at the end of the current waste collection contract in September 2023. The waste collection crews had an electric bin lorry on loan for a week this month to test its performance. The waste collection crews who have trialled the electric vehicle have been pleased with how it has performed and it compared well during the week to the standard diesel bin lorries.

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Highbury College Students Supported with Remote Technology

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Highbury College launched its Digital Device scheme this week – supporting students and apprentices who do not have access to IT at home.

The College purchased more than 200 remote-ready laptops for students and apprentices to use alongside their practical lessons in all areas of the College, from automotive to art and catering to construction.

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