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RSMA awards recognise road marking sector’s talent

The conclusion of this year’s Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) conference, Roadmarking Live, saw the skill, talent and innovation within the sector celebrated through an expanded ... Read more

TM firm raises over £1,000 in a month for industry charity

Nationwide Traffic Solutions’ October charity campaign with a traffic management twist has again proved a great success, raising £1,050 for construction industry charity Lighthouse Club. ... Read more

Cars and vans fuel 2.2% traffic rise as A roads slow

An annual record 324 billion vehicle miles (bvm) were travelled on Great Britain’s roads in 2016, up 2.2% on the previous year as the length ... Read more

A better road, a better world

Dominic Browne speaks to Cllr Angeliki Stogia of Manchester City Council to find out about the journey asphalt can take towards improving society. Related Posts ... Read more

Correct speed signing ‘critical to tackling crash deaths’

To coincide with Road Safety Week, technology company 3M has reminded local authorities of the importance of correct sign specification in encouraging drivers not to ... Read more

Kier ‘back on track’ and eyeing UK highways growth

Kier Group has reported that its construction and services divisions are delivering consistently, four months after the group reported a £73m loss. Related Posts £73m ... Read more

Budget 2017: Hammond pushes for electric car revolution

Chancellor Philip Hammond put the ‘technical revolution’ surrounding transport at the heart of his Budget today but added that while 'our future vehicles will be driverless, but they’ll be electric first'. Read more

Councils ‘will struggle with code implementation deadline’

Senior figures in the highways industry have suggested that many local authorities will struggle to implement the new Code of Practice by next October’s deadline, with some only paying ‘lip service’ to it. Read more

Road Safety Week: State of the nation roads report

Local A roads needs an immediate injection of £200m to tackle high risk sections, according to a report by the Road Safety Foundation charity in partnership with Ageas UK. Read more

Road Safety Week: Playing your part

This week is National Road Safety Week and Highways wants to hear from you. Read more

Liverpool ends Amey contract to save cash by insourcing

Liverpool City Council is set to end its highways services contract with Amey four years early by mutual agreement. Read more

Hammond urged to put cash into local and Major roads

The chancellor must use the Budget to provide additional long-term investment in local roads and give a commitment to the Major Road Network (MRN), a ... Read more

First phase of M1 Midlands smart motorway opens

The first phase of the Midlands M1 smart motorway all lane running scheme is now open, between Northampton and the M45. Related Posts New project manager for McCann Government ... Read more

Scrapping old diesels in urban areas ‘won’t impact pollution’

The RAC Foundation has said new research suggests that scrapping the oldest cars registered in urban areas would have a negligible effect on air quality. ... Read more











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