The travelling public now have a ‘much higher expectation’ from the UK transport system, says ADEPT’s Mark Corbin on this week’s Highways Voices

The travelling public will have a ‘much higher’ expectation from the transport system in the UK, according to Mark Corbin, chair of the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport (ADEPT’s)National Traffic Manager’s Group. He was speaking on this week’s Highways Voices podcast and ahead of the Traffic Managers conference, taking place on […]

Arcadis commits to net zero across its operations by 2035

Arcadis the leading global design and consultancy organisation for natural and built assets, has announced the commitment to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions (Net Zero) by 2035 within its global operations. The step is part of the ambition the company set out last year in its three-year strategy to build on Arcadis’ pioneering heritage and […]

Kier Highways puts a stop to ‘idling’ following successful trial

Kier Highways has implemented a ‘no idling’ policy across it depots to help lower emissions. The company has also introduced a new, economical and environmentally sustainable ‘Engine Idling Policy’ which comes into full effect today to mark Zero Emissions Day. The policy states that vehicles should not be left idling for longer than 60 seconds. Before introducing […]

£59m six-year National Highways SDF renewal works secured for McCann

Highway maintenance specialists McCann has announced that it has been named as one of the companies on the National Highways Supplier Delivery Framework. The company has secured works across two lots and six asset delivery areas over the next six years. National Highways recently launched the SDF in order to continue with its delivery of […]


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