Warwickshire’s County Council’s highways team gets set for winter

Warwickshire County Council’s highways team is ready for winter weather, according to the council. At the end of each winter, the County’s gritting teams – which treat Warwickshire’s most used roads and the main routes into villages – start to prepare for the following winter. Preparation includes: reviewing performance data and learning from it, buying […]

Scottish Transport Awards success for Glasgow active travel projects

Glasgow Council has been recognised by the Scottish Transport Awards 2022 – with two of its sustainable transport projects scooping prestigious accolades at last night’s award ceremony. The first vital link of the £8m Connecting Woodside active travel project jointly won the Excellence in Walking, Public Realm & Cycling award, alongside delivery partner Cyclehoop Ltd for the council’s innovative secure […]

New Jenoptik cameras to make roads safer in Lancashire

Work is getting underway to install five new SPECS average speed camera schemes in Lancashire on roads identified as the county’s most dangerous A-roads. Before the end of the year camera installation will have commenced on the A581 from Rufford to Euxton, the A588 from Lancaster to Skippool, and the A683 in Lancaster from junction 34 […]

Life saving road safety management software explained in webinar today

TRL Software’s cloud-based road safety management platform iMAAP, has to date saved over 25,000 lives across the globe, and it is being profiled in a webinar taking place this afternoon (3 October). As part of a progressive plan to make the Caribbean Island of Jamaica’s roads safer, at the beginning of 2022 the islands Ministry […]

Bedford Borough Schools go gold for sustainable transport

Bedford Borough now has five schools that have reached Gold accreditation for their efforts to encourage and promote sustainable travel Castle Newnham School (South Site), St James’ CofE VA Primary School, Westfield Primary School and Goldington Green Academy have all joined Shortstown Primary School as Gold standard schools. The accreditation comes from Modeshift STARS, the […]

School children across Medway encouraged to take part in walking challenge

Primary and secondary schools across Medway are encouraged to sign up for Walk to School Month in October. Medway Council are supporting the international campaign, in partnership with the KM Charity Team, to reduce the number of cars on Medway’s roads and to encourage residents to make more active journeys to and from school. There […]

RAC launches connected car solution aimed at lowering fleet costs

The RAC has announced it is offering businesses and fleet operators a flexible and easy means for reducing vehicle running costs with the launch of ConnectOne, its new connected vehicles product. It says that, rather than the expense and complexity of traditional telematics services that effectively involve ‘hard-wiring’ units into vehicles, users simply plug the […]

Gaist rebrands and launches new website

The roadscape technology company Gaist has launched a rebrand and new website, explaining that keeping things fresh, constantly improving them and finding better ways to provide value to customers are “hallmarks of Gaist’s approach to business”. The Company says it’s enjoying its best year yet for client acquisition, and the rebrand, as well as looking […]

National Highways puts key contracts in place to deliver A303 Stonehenge upgrade

National Highways has announced it has the key contracts in place to deliver the £1.7 billion A303 Amesbury to Berwick Down scheme past Stonehenge. The planning application for the transformational scheme is still pending redetermination by the Secretary of State for Transport, following the quashing of the decision to grant the Development Consent Order. In […]


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