ITS (UK) to exhibit at JCT Traffic Signals Symposium for the first time

ITS (UK) is showing its commitment to the return of in-person events by exhibiting at the popular JCT Traffic Signals Symposium in Nottingham this September. It’ll be the first in-person event ITS (UK) has attended since its own Enforcement Forum met at Jenoptik in Camberley in early March 2020. JCT are members of ITS (UK) […]

Stirling Council plans to ‘revolutionise’ active travel in its city

A public consultation on proposals to transform travel by foot and bike in neighbourhoods south of Stirling city centre has started as the council plans to make major changes to help encourage more cycling and walking. Residents are now being asked for their views on the City Centre South project, which is looking at ways to […]

Police detail penalties for trying to avoid speeding tickets

Police in Cumbria have released details of the punishments received by people trying to avoid speeding tickets by pretending someone else was driving. Doing so counts as perverting the course of justice and often carries a prison sentence. The force has listed a number of recent cases:A man from Lincoln was found guilty of perverting […]

London Mayor could review TfL pensions

London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan could be about to battle tube driver unions over Transport for London’s pension scheme. The Telegraph reports that a review has found the pensions “expensive, unreformed and generous”, with his own advisers saying Transport for London retirement benefits are better than those on offer to others in the public sector. However […]

Scotland’s parking fines could double to £120

Transport Scotland has launched a consultation over increasing parking fines in order to encourage compliance, with one option being a doubling of charges from the present £60. It proposes new Penalty Charge Notice’s will increase to between £80 and £100 or to £100 and £120. People who pay within 14 days. Transport Scotland says the […]

Study finds road safety campaigns do cut crash deaths

A team of Japanese researchers have analysed more than 70 years of road death numbers and found that road safety campaigns have had a significant effect in reducing the number of people killed on the roads. The researchers at the University of Tsukuba applied mathematical modelling to data spanning 1949 to 2019 to examine the […]


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