ERTICO and European Space Agency sign Memorandum of Intent

ERTICO – ITS Europe and the European Space Agency have announced they have signed a Memorandum of Intent at the ESA-ESTEC offices in the Netherlands to further safer and smarter mobility. The collaboration will explore space technology and services to improve the safety and reliability of assisted and automated vehicles on European roads and promote […]

Amey takes “bolder steps” to deliver sustainability and social value

Infrastructure services and engineering company, Amey, has announced a commitment to a “step change” in the way it works to achieve new levels of sustainability and social value across its operations.  The company has launched Bolder Steps Together, its five-year strategy to make delivering benefits for people, places and planet a key driver in its […]

Causeway to last another 60 years thanks to refurbishment

Milestone Infrastructure and Dyer & Butler, both operating businesses of M Group Services Transport Division, have announced they are working together to deliver the third and final package of Hampshire County Council’s scheme to refurbish Redbridge Causeway in Southampton, increasing the structure’s lifespan by 60 years. Redbridge Causeway is a vital transport link between the […]

Dafydd Trystan Davies re-appointed as Chair of Welsh Active Travel Board

The Minister for Climate Change, Julie James has announced the re-appointment of Dr Dafydd Trystan-Davies as Chair of the Welsh Government’s Active Travel Board. Dr Dafydd Trystan Davies was initially appointed as the independent Active Travel Board Chair in September 2020. He will continue his work in leading the Board in its role of advising […]

More bus strikes for London on Sunday and Monday

Bus drivers at London United garages plan to strike over the bank holiday weekend on Sunday 28 and Monday 29 August. Transport for London says this is expected to affect 63 routes, mostly through west and southwest London including some that serve the Notting Hill Carnival. The strike will also impact parts of Surrey. TfL […]

Watford’s proposed ‘Green Ring’ cycling and walking route encircling the town centre takes a step forward

Watford’s proposed ‘Green Ring’ cycling and walking route encircling the town centre is moving forward, after positive discussions with SPOKES South West (SW) Hertfordshire Cycling Group, Watford Borough Council and Hertfordshire County Council. The Ring – which includes key locations such as Watford Junction, Cassiobury Park, East Watford and part of National Cycle Route 6 […]


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