Indie GreenWatch columnist Louise Tennekoon investigates efforts in Stortford to get us out of our cars and onto buses, bicycles and our feet.
If Stortford successfully bids to be a sustainable travel town it could benefit from a range of measures.
M11 north of Stortford remains shut, trains suspended for much of the day and hundreds of homes suffer power cuts as a result of Storm Ciara.
Summercroft mum Angela Gatland was behind the initiative to combat thoughtless and dangerous driving and parking.
Drivers began parking near Tees House last summer, causing traffic jams by holding up lorries and buses, and making passage difficult for pedestrians.
In one week, residents were cut off by road closures and by heavy rain flooding the diversion route, a single-track lane through a ford.
34 people were killed and 364 were seriously injured in Hertfordshire in the course of 12 months.
Manchester Airports Group's £35m deal with council for consent to increase passenger numbers from current maximum of 35 million a year to 43m.
We asked our election hopefuls what they would do to improve train services and the M11, and if they would let Stansted make full use of its runway.
Hertfordshire County Council is inviting Bishop's Stortford Independent readers to name one of its fleet of 58 gritters.
Around 70 grassy sites in rural areas of the county will be cut in a different way to encourage the growth of native flora and fauna.
Sawbobus marked its 10th anniversary with 60 passengers and friends being invited to the town council to celebrate.