IHE announces result of ballot for nominations for IHE Council

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE), has announced that following the recent ballot for nominations to IHE Council that closed on Wednesday 10th June, six candidates have been successful. These are: Neil Levett, Andrew Bell, Gafoor Din, Nicola Heath, Anthony Sharp and Syed Khalid Mahmood. The names of the successful candidates will now go forward […]

Manchester City Council to install UK’s first CYCLOPS junction

Manchester City Council will start work on the UK’s first CYCLOPS junction (Cycle Optimised Protected Signals) which has been designed to fully segregate cyclists from general traffic, improving safety for all road users. This will form part of the £13.4 million Manchester to Chorlton cycling and walking route and work will start this week on […]

Better use of road signs will help deliver safer active travel, says Coeval MD

Cyclists and other motorists will need more signs, and better use of existing signs, informing them of where new cycle lanes are on the road network as well as telling them about up-to-date traffic information, if the new wave of active travel measures are to be implemented safely and effectively. This was the message from […]

Transport strategy for NE Scotland to focus on four key deliverables

Nestrans, the organisation that represents the North East of Scotland including the Aberdeenshire region, has set out its transport vision and direction for the area for the next 20 years. Nestrans’ draft Regional Transport Strategy (RTS) will shape transport policies and actions for the period up until 2040. Next week Nestrans Board members will discuss […]

Bridge repair work on M1/M62 interchange to start later this month

A Yorkshire interchange at the centre of the M1 and M62 motorway network will undergo essential maintenance work later this month, Highways England has announced. The Lofthouse Interchange, positioned at the M1, junction 42/M62 junction 29 near Leeds, will close for eight weeks to allow for work on a £3.6 million on the roundabout’s four […]

Flintshire gets funding for electric buses and charging infrastructure

The Welsh Government has invested £450,000 from its North Wales metro funding to provide electric buses and charging infrastructure for two Flintshire routes. The investment will fund two electric bus vehicles which will serve routes to Buckley and Treuddyn, as well as the charging infrastructure to maintain them. The routes are part of Flintshire’s aim […]


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