M42 scheme reaches 500,000 hours without a worker losing time through injury

More than 500,000 work hours have been clocked up without any of the 250-strong workforce on the M42 junction 6 improvements scheme taking time off through injury thanks to strict safety measures on site. An LTI is when someone has to take time off work as a result of a workplace incident or accident and […]

Teledyne FLIR technology to improve World Cup pedestrian safety

With around a million football fans expected to visit the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, the authorities there have installed hundreds of smart city centres in a bid to keep them safe. The World Cup takes place from 20 November to 18 December, and the presence of vast pedestrian numbers in one of Asia’s […]

ITS Australia issues Global Summit call for papers

Organisations or individuals wanting to present at next August’s ITS Global Summit in Melbourne are being invited to put forward their pitch for papers. The Global Summit is an expanded version of ITS Australia’s Annual Summit meeting, and has been enlarged to offer a face-to-face global event in the Asia Pacific region next year, after […]

TTF supports local authorities with beginners’ guide to EV charging roll-out

The Transport Technology Forum’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Charging Working Group, with the support of the Office of Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV), has delivered a simple starter guide aimed at helping local authorities understand the challenges around delivering on-street charging networks for electric vehicles (EVs). The eight-page document is designed to give authorities an idea of […]

Jersey politician wants the island to be driverless testbed

Jersey’s infrastructure minister is suggesting that the island is the ideal testing ground for driverless cars. The Jersey Evening Post quotes Tom Binet as telling a Scrutiny Hearing on the island that the island, which measures nine miles by five miles, would be perfect for driverless cars, given that the average speed is 17 mph. […]

PTV and TomTom team up on navigation app

Mapping and traffic information company TomTom has announced it will power transport modelling firm PTV’s Truck Navigator G2, the next generation of the group’s professional truck navigation app. PTV Group will be using TomTom’s recently launched Navigation SDK (Mobile Software Development Kit) to power up-to-date maps, custom truck routing and more in their app, now […]


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