GLOSA trial shows dramatic environmental benefits

A system which recommends the speed drivers should approach a set of traffic signals to ensure they arrive when lights are green has been shown to significantly reduce vehicle emissions. The Transport Technology Forum’s SPATULA (Signal Phase and timing for uses; local authorities and automotive) group has analysis which shows GLOSA – Green Light Optimised […]

Jenoptik joins London’s Smart Mobility Living Lab

The ANPR technology company Jenoptik has joined the TRL-owned Smart Mobility Living Lab, a community of businesses working to achieve connected, automated, shared and electric mobility. Jenoptik joins more than 30 other companies, from multinationals to start-ups to micro-SMEs who are working closely with each other to address and solve technical challenges. Jenoptik is well […]

TTF report hits national media

A Transport Technology Forum report on traffic levels published on Highways News last week has hit national media. The report explained how latest analysis of local authority traffic data by the TTF suggests that volumes in towns and cities surpassed pre-pandemic levels for the first time since travel restrictions were introduced in March last year. […]

WJ operative to start huge journey for charity

A WJ operative is about to embark on a mammoth journey for charity, a cycle ride from John O’Groats to Land’s End in aid of the CRADLE Charity. Jason Riley a Hydroblast operative and his friend Peter Panacek will take on the huge challenge, unassisted, to raise money for CRADLE which their colleague Juliet Lindop, […]

More than 30 potholes are being fixed in Fife every day, says council data

More than 30 potholes in Fife are being fixed every day – with two thirds of them on roads in the north of the area, according to new data published by the council’s roads department. It shows that the council’s 12 repair teams dispatched across the region have repaired 7,652 potholes since September last year. […]

Powys Council to apply for up to £6 million to tackle potholes

Powys Council is to apply for up to £6 million from government to tackle the state of the county’s roads. The council is putting together bids from the new Levelling Up Fund to help address problems that have seen Powys named the worst authority in Wales for road conditions. This was one of the outcomes […]


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