New AI app trialled by HE on A14 scheme identifies ‘high risk’ days to help manage safety

A new artificial intelligence app has been trialled on Highways England’s A14 Cambridge to Huntington improvement scheme, enabling ‘high risk’ days to be identified. The app allowed staff to record both hazards and good practice, with the information then used to identify potentially challenging days. At its peak, some 4,500 observations were submitted in one […]

TTF and LCRIG delighted as more than 100 councils apply for traffic signals funding

More than 100 local authorities have expressed an interest in the £15 million funding allocation for the upgrade and repair of traffic signals in England – a level of response which the Department for Transport has described as “unprecedented”. All English local authorities outside London were invited to register interest in the additional money being […]

London business leaders call on Khan and Shapps to come together to deliver sustainable and long-term solutions for the capital’s transport system

Business leaders in London have called on newly re-elected mayor, Sadiq Khan and Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps to come together to sort out the capital’s transport system. They have urged Khan and Shapps to devise long-term and sustainable transport solutions, in a letter signed by 37 chief executives of some of the top London-based companies. […]

Training will be improved by moving online, Highways Voices hears

The move to online, will improve training programmes and support at-home working, this week’s Highways Voices has heard. Listen here. These are the thoughts of one of this week’s guests, John Nightingale, Director of training specialist JCT Consultancy and organiser of the annual JCT Traffic Signals Symposium. He said: “Developing proper online training isnt just […]


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