Two active travel schemes set to be approved at Peterborough cabinet meeting

Two new active travel schemes to make it easier and safer for residents to walk and cycle are set to be approved at an upcoming cabinet meeting this week in a bid to help residents become more active as they sustainably travel around the city of Peterborough. If funding is approved by members, then the […]

Hampshire County Council starts search for contract for civils, highways and transportation framework

Hampshire County Council is set to invite tenders from contractors who wish to bid to be a part of its Civil Engineering, Highways and Transportation Collaborative Framework 2024-2028, worth £500M. Examples of expected works include early contractor involvement, civil engineering works, retaining walls and culverts, work on new/reconstructed/replacement highway structures, footway maintenance and improvement work, […]

Tens of millions of pounds to be spent completing transport projects in Liverpool

Tens of millions of pounds are to be spent getting some of Liverpool’s major transport network projects across the line including the much maligned Lime Street development. Half a dozen schemes across the city, including completion of the significant upgrades in and around Liverpool’s main train station, will be advanced through funding secured by the […]

School children plot a route to cleaner air in Camden Town

Pupils at Camden Town schools have been learning more about the impacts of air pollution through a series of workshops. As part of the Camden Town Low Emission Neighbourhood (LEN) programme, funded through the Mayor of London’s Air Quality Fund, pupils at Hawley Primary School, Holy Trinity & St Silas Primary School, and Cavendish School […]

TfL celebrates a decade of contactless payment on London’s buses

Transport for London is marking ten years since contactless payment using a bank card was first introduced as a new way to pay on London’s buses, making it easier and more convenient for millions of customers. The system, which evolved from TfL’s successful Oyster card system and was developed in partnership with the wider banking […]

Academic hails Nota’s AI intersection solution

A leading researcher into the use of artificial intelligence solutions in traffic is hailing a new solution which uses AI to deliver advanced signal control and safe crossing solutions. Professor at Korea’s Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hwasoo Yeo, is praising Nota AI (Nota Incorporated)’s new vision analysis technique called AI Camera. This artificial […]

PTV Group buys route planning software company Conundra

International mobility and logistics software company PTV Group has announced the integration of the Belgian route planning software provider Conundra into its global logistics portfolio. It says by joining forces with Conundra, PTV is pursuing its global consolidation course and further strengthening its logistics offering. Combining Conundra’s state-of-the-art Software as a Service product with PTV’s […]

ITS Global Summit details released

With the likelihood that the 2023 ITS World Congress in China will be online only for international visitors, ITS Australia has given more details of its Global Summit next August which will aim to provide a face-to-face event in the Asia Pacific Region to which UK and European guests are welcome. “The ITS Australia Global […]


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