An event that aims to bridge the gap between national and local roads will take place at the London Transport Museum on 23 June.
The one-day conference entitled ‘Highways Delivery: Integrating national and local roads’ is being put on by the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) under its National Highway Academy banner, and is part of a series of events on ‘Making the Network Work’.
The event will look at whether or not the gap between a funded, secure and ambitious national road network for England – and a potholed, cash-strapped patchwork of local-authority maintained roads – can be bridged.
The state of the nation’s roads – performance to date; current economic pressures; and trends for the future will all be discussed.
The event is being chaired by Mike D’Alton. He said: “This is a rare opportunity to listen to and question a truly impressive lineup of speakers. The conference has a clear focus on addressing the concerns of those leading highway strategy in England. I would encourage those who wish to understand how our network can function in the future to attend.”
Highways Magazine is acting as a media partner for the event.
For further information visit www.highwaysdelivery.com