SRL looking for talent to join a new technical team

SRL Traffic Systems is on the look out for talented individuals to join its new technical team, set up to support its continued growth and innovation. The new team, led by Kevin Gilday, Product and Compliance Manager, an experienced and widely respected figure within the ITS sector, will co-ordinate the management of new and existing […]

Videalert integrates its Digital Video Platform with ZatPark’s parking management software

Videalert has announced the integration of its Digital Video Platform with ZatPark’s end-to-end parking management software. Used in conjunction with Videalert’s Mobile Enforcement Vehicles (MEVs), this integration will enhance the ability of local authorities to manage permit parking and deliver significant productivity improvements. Videalert is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of CCTV traffic enforcement […]

National bus strategy for England published

Following yesterday’s news of a new national bus strategy, reported by Highway News, the documents are now available to view online. The strategy outlines ambitious reform of how bus services are planned and delivered. It will deliver better bus services for passengers across England, through ambitious and far-reaching reform of how services are planned and […]

Lancashire and Blackpool agree plan for cross-boundary approach to maintenance

Lancashire County Council and Blackpool Council have agreed to take on responsibility for maintaining a number of road lengths within each other’s boundaries as part of a ‘common-sense approach’ to improve efficiency. The Lancashire/Blackpool boundary cuts across a wide urban area, with the result that each council is currently responsible for inspecting and maintaining only […]

Further investmemt in air quality monitors across London

The Mayor of London has joined forces with Bloomberg Philanthropies to make a joint investment in 195 air quality sensors that will be placed across London. This will fund the running of the sensors and further research as the sensors get installed at hospitals, schools and local authorities, will produce real-time air quality data that […]

Danish LEZ project delivers impressive results

Neology and Marston Holdings have announced the delivery of a major project in Denmark which they say have “significant environmental benefits.” The Danish Nationwide “Miljoezoner” scheme are a series of low emission zones to support the reduction of emissions in the most polluting areas of Denmark. The companies say that within the first seven months […]

DfT explores National Parking Platform requirements

The Department for Transport has launched a Discovery project to understand the need for the introduction of a National Parking Platform. The project sets out to “explore the opportunity to improve the parking experience for customers and enable greater efficiencies and opportunities for operators and service providers through data sharing, via a National Parking Platform”. […]

Tesla accused of “testing unfinished driverless tech on its users”

A federal agency is calling for tougher requirements on testing autonomous driving, and the proposed changes could eventually force Tesla to change how it rolls out features to customers. American website 360APROKO reports that the US National Transportation Safety Board is calling for stronger federal requirements for the design and use of automated driving systems […]

Data exchange webinar invites you to “meet Convex”

A webinar on Thursday 25th March 2021 is inviting players in the CAV industry to learn more about the organisation Convex, which collaborates across the mobility sector. Convex describes itself as “sitting at the intersection between Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Intelligent Transport Infrastructure, Digitised Freight and Logistics and Mobility-based Services”. It collaborates with different parts […]


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