Bookings open for this year’s TTF conference

The Transport Technology Forum is delighted to announce that sponsors, exhibitors and private sector delegates are now able to register for this year’s TTF Conference via a dedicated online booking portal that is live on the event platform. The popular event, which will be held will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Leeds from […]

Chiswick Flyover repairs underway

National Highways has begun several months of safety-critical work to the M4 Chiswick Flyover in West London. Contractors Connect Plus will be carrying out concrete repairs to the reinforced bridge piers which support the elevated section of the M4 (A4 Great West Road/M4 Chiswick Flyover) until May. So that work can be undertaken safely, lane […] wins Texan roadworks data contract

British road management Software as a Service provider has been selected by the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), to provide work zone data sharing solutions for its member communities and US transport agencies via its TXShare Cooperative Purchasing Programme. The councils say’s selection is an important part of the region’s strategy […]

CAVForth bus takes autonomous ride across Forth Road Bridge

A driverless bus carrying 22 volunteer passengers has completed a successful trial journey over the Forth Road Bridge. The Dunfermline Press reports the UK’s first full-size autonomous Stagecoach bus made the journey for as part of the testing process. Once operational, the driverless service will be made up of four Alexander Dennis Enviro200 single deck […]

London Mayor issues high air pollution alert

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has issued a high air pollution alert this week. This follows the moderate air pollution London has been experiencing since Saturday 21st January with the continuing cold, still, and foggy conditions in London resulting in poor dispersion of vehicle emissions. Schools and boroughs will be notified of the alert […]

Almost one in 10 local bus services axed over last year in Great Britain

Almost one in 10 local bus services were axed in Great Britain in the last year despite government promises to improve local transport connectivity being a key pillar of its levelling up agenda. The reductions – equivalent to more than 1,000 registered routes – follow the publication of a national bus strategy for England in […]

Haringey Council asking residents to help shape plans for the borough’s first e-bike scheme

Residents, businesses and community groups are being encouraged to help shape provision of the borough’s first pay-as-you go electric bike scheme. Haringey Council plans to launch a trial hire scheme from Spring 2023, giving local people more opportunities for affordable, active travel, while also cutting pollution and congestion and improving public health.   Ahead of the roll […]

Design work underway to develop active travel routes in Welshpool

Following Welsh Governments approval of the county’s Active Travel Network Maps (ATNM), work has started to develop designs for improving active travel provision on Severn Street, in Welshpool. Identified on the ATNM by the community and stakeholders, this would form the first phase of a wider project to create a local active travel network – […]

ADEPT Live Labs 2 projects announced – seven programmes to start in 2023

The winning bidders who will take their projects forward as part of the £30 million ADEPT Live Labs 2: Decarbonising Local Roads programme have been announced by Roads Minister, Richard Holden. Funded by the Department for Transport, the three-year, UK-wide programme has been developed by the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport (ADEPT) and […]


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