Transport Scotland starts search for contractor for A9 Dualling Tomatin to Moy scheme

Transport Scotland has started its search for contractors for its A9 Dualling Tomatin to Moy scheme. Work includes the upgrade of approximately 9.6km of existing A9 single and overtaking wide single 2+1 (WS2+1) carriageway to dual carriageway standard, between the existing dual carriageway sections to the south of Tomatin and to the north of Moy. […]

Dualling of A9 and A96 are vital to the economic recovery of the Highlands, says council

Highland Council and its multi-agency partners are highlighting the importance of progressing the plans for dualling of the A9 by 2025 and A96 by 2030. The local authority said the economic recovery, prosperity and green future of the region is heavily dependent on connectivity. The Highlands has been hit hard by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic […]

Traffic controllers use Aimsun modelling for training

Traffic managers in Slovenia are training on a range of scenarios in a virtual world in order to be better prepared to manage road incidents and disruption in real life. Network supervisors in the Republic of Slovenia’s management centre DARS are using the tool from Aimsun which simulates the live traffic environment based on a […]

Sustainable transport vision launched for Watford

Less traffic congestion, cleaner air, more and safer cycling and walking, better public and shared transport provision – these are some of the aspirations in Watford Borough and Hertfordshire County Councils’ future transport strategy for the town which residents are being asked to give their feedback on. As a sector, transport produces more greenhouse gases […]

Nottingham’s Clifton Bridge on target for November finish

Nottingham’s Clifton Bridge is expected to be restored to its original traffic layout by the end of November, Highways England has confirmed. Engineers found the almost 50-year-old bridge had corroded last year. The busy A52 Clifton Boulevard, which carries tens of thousands of vehicles every day, was then closed for vital works. Two lanes have […]

ITS (UK) says in person or online – it’s your choice

As the country begins to get back to face-to-face working, the UK’s Intelligent Transport Systems industry association, ITS (UK) is committing to offering members the choice of joining events in person or online. It has invested in equipment to live stream Forum meetings and other discussions so that those who cannot, or would rather not, […]


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