Swarco acquires Dynniq Mobility

In a major industry move one of Europe’s biggest companies in the ITS and infrastructure sector Swarco has acquired 100% of the shares of Dynniq Mobility. The company, headquartered in Amersfoort, the Netherlands, has a total of 39 locations in the Netherlands, the UK, Ireland, Finland, Belgium, Poland, Croatia, Denmark, Sweden and Lithuania, with a strong […]

Women in Maritime delivers the UK’s first cross-transport inclusion summit

Women and male allies from across rail, aviation international, transport and maritime have joined forces to learn from each other, and drive progress on diversity and inclusion. Following their first summit during London International Shipping Week (15th September), the industries have agreed to regular dialogue and yearly meetings on gender equality focusing on progression and […]

Greater Cambridge Partnership to decide on city’s transport improvement plans

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is to decide on what public transport improvements are to be implemented in Cambridge and how they are to be funded. A meeting today (30th Sep) will see see the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s Executive Board decide on plans including a future bus network that will see a bus every 10 minutes […]

St Helens to focus on improving public transport and will not introduce CAZ

St Helens Borough Council is to focus on improving public transport and has no plans to introduce a Clean Air Zone in the borough. This is according to its Cllr Andy Bowden, St Helens Borough Council’s cabinet member for transport and environment, who said: “We regularly test levels of nitrogen dioxide – one of the […]

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayor reaffirms active travel pledge for the region

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayor Dr Nik Johnson has committed to continue to work with the government to provide more funding towards active travel schemes for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.  Dr Johnson made the pledge to deliver active travel across the region after meeting with transport minister Chris Heaton-Harris.  He has already said that he wants to appoint a […]

HERE and TfL partner on environmentally-friendly traffic management

Location data and technology platform HERE Technologies and the global supplier of technology and services Bosch have announced they’ve worked with Transport for London to measure and improve air quality in the London Borough of Lambeth by reducing traffic congestion. They say results show the project led to a marked improvement in localised air quality, […]

Date set for Clean Air Zone launch in Portsmouth despite reservations

Portsmouth City Council has announced that its cabinet has heard a recommendation that its Clean Air Zone (CAZ) starts charging non-compliant vehicles at the end of November. In the Portsmouth CAZ, non-compliant vehicles are buses, coaches, taxis, private hire vehicles and heavy goods vehicles which do not meet euro 6 standards if diesel, or below […]

ITS (UK) helps SMEs get a World Congress Profile

The UK’s industry body for Intelligent Transport Systems has teamed up with Executive Members Innovate UK and Department for Transport, Member Transport for West Midlands, and Visit Britain to ensure some of the country’s brightest businesses get to show their solutions at the ITS World Congress in Hamburg next month (11-15 October). Five ITS (UK) […]


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