DfT called on to stop Great Musgrave bridge infilling

The HRE Group, a campaign group made up of engineers and railway officials, has urged Transport Minister Baroness Vere to call a halt to the infilling of Great Musgrave bridge in Cumbria. In a letter to Baroness Vere, the group said independent research revealed that all evidence suggests that the bridge is in a ‘fair […]

SWARCO provides solution to help keep London’s road users informed

SWARCO Traffic Ltd has completed work on a series of Variable Message Sign upgrades for Transport for London, as well as integrating its leading management and monitoring technologies. SWARCO has upgraded communications to all 134 TfL VMS across London to UTMC, as well as deployed its intelligent and modular MyCity platform, enabling TfL operators to update, manage […]

National Highways and The Wildlife Trusts announce biodiversity boost across South West

National Highways and The Wildlife Trusts have joined forces to launch a new £6 million Network for Nature programme that will improve habitats across the South West of England benefitting people, nature and wildlife. The projects will help create, restore and connect places for wildflowers, trees and wildlife, where the environment has been impacted by […]

M25 junction 28 improvements development consent decision

The application for the M25 junction 28 improvements has been granted development consent by the Secretary of State for Transport.  The application is to upgrade junction 28 of the junction between the M25 anti-clockwise and the A12 in Essex, including the provision of a dedicated link for this right-turn movement and minor improvements of the […]

A92/A96 Haudagain improvement scheme opens to traffic

The Scottish Government backed A92/A96 Haudagain improvement project has opened to traffic this week, delivering 500 metres of new dual carriageway, allowing road users in Aberdeen to bypass an area well known for causing significant queues and delays for traffic. The new dual carriageway link road will take traffic between the A92 North Anderson Drive […]

On the right lines in Bury

Bury Council has allocated an extra £50,000 to improve road markings on major roads across the borough. This is in addition to a further £10 million to be invested in filling potholes, treating or re-surfacing worn-out road surfaces, and expanding the work of the gulley cleansing team. Road markings will be renewed throughout the borough […]

Funding granted for two further active travel schemes in Kent

Kent County Council (KCC) has been successful in securing funding from the Department for Transport (DfT) for a further two Active Travel schemes. Government officials have awarded £100,000 to go towards local improvements to make walking and cycling more attractive along Herne Bay seafront. A further £1.2 million has been earmarked to enhance walking and […]


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