Re-flow reports successful round of seed funding as part of growth plan

Re-flow, the award-winning software company behind the field management software of the same name continues a streak of rapid growth, receiving yet another round of funding from its investors. Based in Exeter, Devon, Re-flow provides a digital field management solution that unites field operatives and back-office staff with a centralised system, heavily advocating for the shift away from […]

Council invests £15m in fixing potholes after government roads funding cut

Fixing roads has been made a priority in Staffordshire County Council’s latest strategic plan – but the authority has lost out on more than £8m Government funding to help tackle potholes and other repair work. A Government grant for road maintenance was ‘reduced significantly’ two years ago, prompting Staffordshire County Council to earmark £15.5m in […]

TfL introducing lower speed limits

Transport for London is cutting the speed limit on more than eight miles (13.77km) of roads as part of its commitment to complete 20mph speed limits on 130 miles of the TfL road network by 2024. It says it’ll bring in new, lower speed limits on five roads across London as part of its Vision […]

West Berkshire’s roads could get £38.2m investment over the next five years

West Berkshire Council is planning a significant investment in its infrastructure with a roads budget strategy going before its executive committee for approval today. Projects such as network capacity improvements at the Robin Hood roundabout in Newbury will get £1.5m, and the Kings Road link road another £1m. Money from from local developers, as part […]

Hackney Council launches online air quality map

A new online air quality map has been launched by Hackney Council as part of its plans to rebuild a greener borough in the aftermath of the pandemic.  The map shows levels of nitrogen dioxide pollution at 140 sites across the borough, helping residents to stay informed about pollution levels near them.  It uses data […]

Did the Past Predict the Future in the Car Market?

Fantasising about the future has consistently been a preoccupation of humankind. We’ve asked ourselves many futuristic questions over the centuries, and we’ve constantly tried to come up with answers to satiate our appetite for excitement, evolution, and innovation. What will we look like in 100 years’ time? Will we be taller? Will we have found […]

ERTICO CEO stresses the value of European Congress to cities’ transport development

The new CEO of ERTICO – ITS Europe, Joost Vantomme, has reiterated the importance of the ITS Congresses to European cities as a “catalyst for research and innovation”. At the Press Conference in the 2022 host city Toulouse, Mr Vantomme was joined by Dominique Faure, First Vice-President of Toulouse Métropole, Jean-Claude Dardelet, Vice-President of Toulouse […]

Balfour and Kier among those interested in restructured Birmingham highways contract

Tendering for Birmingham’s highways contract will start next Monday as the five week pre-qualification period will begin for the contract recently restructured by the newly formed Birmingham Highways and Birmingham City Council. The council reports a strong attendance at a supplier’s day last month, which provided a briefing on the contract. Consultants and contractors attending […]

Additional investment for Nottighamshire’s roads agreed

Councillors at Nottinghamshire’ County Council’s Transport and Environment Committee discussed proposals to make a significant investment in patching as part of £15m additional funding in roads and the environment over the next four years. The funding will specifically target a right repair, right first time, approach that delivers permanent repairs whenever possible, and will involve increasing […]


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