Clearview supports “behaviour first, infrastructure second” call for improving transport

Highways and transport solutions provider Clearview Intelligence has welcomed comments by behavioural science expert Rory Sutherland, who is urging transport professionals to look at changing behaviour before changing infrastructure. Mr Sutherland, who is Vice Chairman of advertising agency Ogilvy, has co-written a book called “Transport for Humans: Are we nearly there yet?” which explains how […]

UK-first innovation set to revolutionise road marking sector

WJ Group has launched a groundbreaking innovation called ThermoPrint, which is set to revolutionise the road marking sector and save lives. Its new technology eliminates the need for the century-old practice of applying thermoplastic road markings by hand, using an automated machine with advanced application equipment. Traditionally, the process of laying thermoplastic road markings such as letters, numbers, […]

Welsh Government updates on independent review of the Strategic Road Network Programmes

Wales’s Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters MS, has issued a written statement updating the Welsh parliament, the Senedd, about his independent review of the Strategic Road Network programmes in relation to meeting Statutory Duties which was led by Matthew Lugg OBE, Head of Profession ,Local Government. Mr Waters writes: In November 2021, I […]

TTF consults on signal identification standard

The Transport Technology Forum is continuing to develop a project aimed at getting more value from the UK’s network of traffic signal controllers and is readying the first stage of external consultation. This would, for the first time, set an open and standard way of describing each controller’s specific configuration, ensuring that every signal-controlled site […]

Councils fight ULEZ in court

A coalition of five councils has launched a Judicial Review to challenge Transport for London and the Mayor of London’s decision to expand the Ultra Low Emission Zone to outer London boroughs. The London boroughs of Bexley, Bromley, Harrow and Hillingdon and Surrey County Council have brought legal action following TfL’s announcement last November that […]

Woolwich Ferry to close for engineering works

Transport for London has announced that the Woolwich Ferry will be closed to customers between 17 February and 9 March. The planned closure, from 1030 on 17 February, will enable key engineering works and upgrades to take place, such as the installation of a new pontoon guiderail and works on the north and south operational […]

Registrations now open for ITS European Congress

Registrations for the 15th ITS European Congress in Lisbon from 22 – 24 May are now open. ERTICO – ITS Europe are offering an early bird rate offering a special price to join the European industry to come together, discuss and network, in order to advance innovation and experience ‘ITS: The Game Changer’ with presentations, demonstrations and a state-of-the-art exhibition. “I am so excited […]

TfL and Hounslow Council complete work on latest phase of Cycleway 9

Transport for London and Hounslow Council have completed work on the latest phase of temporary improvements to the Cycleway 9 route in west London. Cycleway 9 is a major addition to London’s growing network of high-quality Cycleways, enabling thousands of improved walking and cycling journeys between Hammersmith, Chiswick, Kew and beyond each week. TfL says enabling more people to walk and cycle is […]


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