Traffic levels flatten in August – TTF

The latest Transport Technology Forum weekly digest of transport use across a range of English local authorities has found a slight drop in traffic levels for the week beginning 10th August. Traffic volumes were down nearly a percentage point, with less traffic through the middle of the day. The analysis found that cycling volumes also fell […]

JCT Symposium going online for 2020 with as much expertise as ever

The organisers of the popular JCT Traffic Signals Symposium have announced that the 25th event next month will feature two days of virtual presentations. The event was scheduled to take place on the 22 and 23 September at Nottingham Trent University, however, given the continuing government restrictions in the wake of Covid-19, it is moving […]

Safer Highways to host health, safety and wellbeing online webinar

Safer Highways has announced that as part of its SHL!ve digital week it is to host an online webinar briefing session around Health, Safety and Wellbeing Professionals of the Future to be held as part of SHL!VE digital week.​ This ‘forward thinking’ panel session will explore what a thriving Health, Safety & Wellbeing profession of the […]

Kier to work with End Youth Homelessness charity

Kier has announcing its new corporate charity partner, End Youth Homelessness (EYH), a UK-wide movement of local charities that have joined forces to tackle homelessness together. The new two-year partnership will help in the charity’s aim of ending youth homelessness on a national scale, to give vulnerable young people a future. The Kier Foundation, an […]

£2.6 million worth of local road and access improvements completed in Grimsby

Essential maintenance and improvement works on key access routes to major employment sites in Grimsby, have been completed. The project has been supported with £2.6m from the Government’s Local Growth Fund, secured by the Humber LEP and part of the Government’s commitment to the Northern Powerhouse, with the council and Network Rail jointly contributing £0.5m. […]

Portsmouth City Council awards contractor with £70m deal in new ‘flexible’ agreement

Engineering specialist, Alun Griffiths, has won a £70 million contract that will see it to deliver road, highways and redevelopment works in Portsmouth city centre as part of a new flexible agreement. Future works will also include highways construction and public realm improvements and public transport infrastructure. The contract will start in mid September and […]

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