Coeval technology now available via the TTAS framework

Infrastructure technology provider Coeval has won a place on three lots as part of the Transport Technology and Associated Services (TTAS) framework. The three lots cover: Transport & Pedestrian Control, Transport Signage & Lighting and the Catalogue. Managed by Crown Commercial Services, TTAS is the next iteration of the successful Traffic Management Technology 2 (TMT2) […]

East Sussex starts search for contractor for its highways infrastructure service contract

East Sussex County Council has started its search to appoint a single provider to enter into a contract for the provision of the maintenance, improvement and design of the publicly maintained highways and civil infrastructure within the region. Work on the contract will include highway maintenance (including roads and bridges), winter maintenance, highways improvements, professional […]

LTC plans adapted to future-proof any docks expansion

National Highways has tweaked the plans for the Lower Thames Crossing to allow for any future expansion of the nearby Tilbury Docks. The magazine New Civil Engineer reports that the changes have been made after a request from Thurrock Council. NCE says the project had previously earmarked an area of river frontage that lies between […]

Re-flow gives advice on five ways to protect your workforce every day

By the Re-flow team It goes without saying; workers are the backbone of any business. When it comes to the various sectors of construction, highways included, that holds truer than ever. Day in, day out, our professionals show up to do one of the most important jobs out there, despite working in the third most […]

Car use up in Lambeth where LTNs have been introduced

The number of motorists applying for parking permits in the London Borough of Lambeth increased significantly after the introduction of five low traffic neighbourhoods meant to encourage people to end their reliance on cars. The Daily Telegraph reports that a total of 46,125 motorists applied for parking permits in the borough in 2020, an 18.6% […]

Pilot Group acquires urban driving environment division of VMS

The Manchester-based sustainable technology solutions firm Pilot Group has acquired the ‘urban driving environment’ division of Hill & Smith signage-systems firm Variable Message Signs. The Pilot Group says the deal sees it “further strengthen its traffic control systems portfolio and enhance its broad offering of industry-leading smart traffic control solutions.” VMS’s Urban division supplies a […]

Unmarked HGV ‘supercabs’ will patrol M25

National Highways is working with Police forces across the South East in a fresh bid to improve safety on the M25. Operation Orbital involves Police using National Highway’s unmarked HGV supercabs to patrol the M25 and record drivers of all types of vehicles committing mobile phone, seatbelt, and other safety offences.  The operation will also see enforcement […]

Final phase of work commencing on Leeds project

The final phase of work is set to start on the Regent Street Flyover project in Leeds which will see the installation of the northern bridge beams. The construction of the new flyover commenced in May 2020 after it reached the end of its usable life. Since then, the southern section of the bridge has […]


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