GRAHAM completes phase one upgrade of iconic Liverpool road

Civil engineering specialist GRAHAM has completed a redevelopment of The Strand, one of Liverpool’s most famous roads, making it more cycle-friendly, improving public spaces and reducing congestion. Pedestrians and cyclists will now benefit from improved links between the city centre shopping areas and the waterfront leisure district as part of the wider £60m Liverpool City […]

Teletrac Navman awarded Associated British Ports telematics contract

Telematics technology company Teletrac Navman has secured a contract with Associated British Ports’ Port of Southampton to help streamline operations at one of the UK’s biggest ports. As the UK’s leading port operator, with a network of 21 ports, ABP handles around one-quarter of the nation’s seaborne trade, contributing £7.5 billion to the economy every […]

National Highways appoints Chief Road Safety Adviser

National Highways has appointed Professor Nick Reed as Chief Road Safety Adviser. In this new role, Professor Reed will work with National Highways’ executive directors and board to help deliver the ambition to achieve zero harm on England’s motorways and major A-roads by 2040.  As well as providing independent advice, an important part of Professor […]

Wandsworth And Richmond upgrade Videalert CCTV enforcement platform

The shared parking service for the London Boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond upon Thames is expanding its usage of Videalert’s unattended rapidly deployable CCTV systems. The company explains that the cameras, used to enforce a wide range of bus lane and moving traffic applications, ensure that roads are safe for motorists and pedestrians, reduce pollution and protect the parking needs of residents, businesses and visitors to both […]

WJ and BEAR Scotland lead the way in sustainable road design

A collaborative approach between road marking experts, WJ Scotland, and BEAR Scotland has brought significant carbon savings of 1,778 tonnes across Scotland’s North East Trunk Road Network. The partnership has seen BEAR Scotland use WJ’s award-winning high-performance road marking, Weatherline Plus, to enhance road safety across the north east of Scotland and align to Transport Scotland’s […]

New £1.5 million bridge on A887 opens to road users

A new £1.5 million bridge was opened to traffic last week on the A887, nine miles west of Invermoriston following seven months of construction funded by Transport Scotland. The new Allt Na H-Innse Beag Bridge was built to replace the previous sub-standard bridge on the A887.  The new precast concrete box-culvert structure is 5 metres […]

Milestone Infrastructure trials cement-free concrete

M Group Services division Milestone Infrastructure has successfully trialled innovative cement-free concrete on behalf of the Greater Cambridge Partnership.  The new low-carbon mixture was successfully used to lay new kerbs on Histon Road, Cambridge, following a carefully considered planning process which involved the adjustment of the mix design to ensure the concrete was delivered at […]

Next round of hearings for A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet improvements announced

National Highways has announced the next round of hearings for the proposed A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet improvements, a project which will help to transform one of the regions worst congestion hotspots.  The A428 scheme, which proposes a new 10-mile dual carriageway from the Black Cat Roundabout on the A1 through to Caxton Gibbet […]


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