Clearview Intelligence wins place on six lots for TTAS framework

Technology solutions provider, Clearview Intelligence, has won a place on six Lots as part of the Transport Technology and Associated Services (TTAS) framework, scoring ‘extremely highly’ across all question responses submitted as part of its bid. These Lots cover: Transport and Professional Services, Transport and Pedestrian Control, Transport Signage and Lighting, Transport Data Services, Sustainable […]

Worcestershire County Council submits bid of £86 million to improve public transport

Worcestershire County Council has submitted a bid of £86million to improve public transport across Worcestershire. Central Government has recently pledged £3billion in funding across the country for local authorities to improve bus services for passengers. In Worcestershire, the council’s funding bid is shaped around its ambitious Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) to the Government to […]

Kirkless Council passes early milestones on road to becoming carbon neutral

Kirkless Council says it has made ‘significant progress’ toward reaching its aim of becoming neutral by 2038. Two years after publishing phase one of the climate emergency plan, the council been successful in achieving its initial actions. The key proposals in the plan included adopting a ‘net-zero’ carbon emissions target of 2038 for Kirklees, and […]

Buckinghamshire Council lodges appeals against six HS2 lorry route decisions

Buckinghamshire Council has issued judicial review proceedings against decisions made by the Planning Inspectors in respect of Schedule 17 lorry route approvals submitted by HS2 Limited. Councillor Steven Broadbent, Cabinet Member for Transport at the Council said: “The decision to go ahead and take these appeals to the High Court is the right thing to […]


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