City of London nitrogen dioxide drops by 42% in five years

New City of London Corporation figures show a 42% drop in Square Mile nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels since 2016. The statistics, confirmed by air quality monitors at Beech Street, The Aldgate School and Walbrook Wharf, show a year-on-year improvement over the last five years, due to a range of air quality measures in place and […]

Solar Gates UK leads the way for second chances and takes home two Highway’s Heroes Awards

Solar Gates UK has won two ‘unique and highly coveted’ Highway’s Heroes awards from last night’s ceremony at the QEII Centre, London. Neil Sampson, Managing Director at Solar Gates UK won the ‘prestigious’ Chairman’s Award. Neil, who was unaware he was even nominated has been completely shocked and delighted with this extraordinary accolade. Nominated for […]

Aimsun wins new Paris transport planning contract

The City of Paris has awarded Aimsun another four-year contract to provide the modelling framework for all urban planning and operations. This is the fourth consecutive Paris contract for Aimsun, which has been active in the city since 2010. Aimsun says its French team has grown steadily over the last 11 years, providing expert, on-the-ground […]

Welsh council considering legal options over axed bypass

The leader of Gwynedd Council in North Wales has warned the country’s First Minister that he “inevitably has to consider legal options” over the decision not to bypass a village in the county. In March the long-called for bypass of Llanbedr was approved, but the Welsh Government has now decided not to go ahead with […]


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