Stamp it Out to Juice up conflict management training

Stamp it Out, the Safer Highways led programme designed to highlight and make socially unacceptable roadworker abuse have turned to Juice Learning to produce its free to access conflict management training. Having previously engaged with several providers to provide a customised, off the shelf option, the sponsors of the project elected to go back to […]

Streets for People programme making good progress in Nottingham

Nearly 60 resurfacing schemes have been completed so far this year across the city of Nottingham. In 2021, the council successfully bid as part of a competitive process for £18 million from the Government’s Levelling Up fund to improve streets and local town centres and make walking and cycling easier and safer. The largest chunk […]

Government announces £56m funding for EV charging

The Government’s announced a further £56 million in public and industry funding for increasing electric vehicle chargepoints across the country. It says the Today’s announcement (21 February 2023) by Transport Minister Jesse Norman will help deliver up to a further 2,400 chargepoints set to be installed in the short term, while working to support local […]

City Science awarded funding to explore Automated Vehicle technology on mass transit systems in Hertfordshire

Decarbonisation-focussed engineering company City Science has been awarded funding as part of CCAV’s Connected and Automated Mobility programme to investigate a segregated Mass Transit system in Hertfordshire. The project, Dedicated Driverless Spaces for Integrated Mass Transit, will be part of the Hertfordshire Essex Rapid Transit (HERT) initiative, which aims to create a sustainable passenger transport […]

Costain supports National Highways to deliver high-powered charging infrastructure for electric vehicles

Costain has signed a contract supporting National Highways to deliver multi-million pound investment in energy storage systems. It says electric vehicle drivers using England’s motorways will benefit from the government-owned company’s investment in the high-powered charging infrastructure that will be rolled out at a number of motorway service areas where the electricity grid cannot be […]

Law Commission calls for ban on remote driving run from abroad

The Law Commission of England and Wales is calling for the remote driving of vehicles from abroad to be banned in the UK. While the technology exists in places like farms, and warehouses, it could also be introduced to vehicles used on the roads, such as delivery vans and rental cars. Therefore the Commission has […]

Staffordshire collaboration has community and low carbon at its core

Staffordshire County Council, Amey and Multevo have worked in partnership for over eight years with a commitment to community, team integration and sustainability. Multevo, who are based in Heaton, Staffordshire are the exclusive UK distributor of the Multihog and also deliver in-house highways, traffic management, civils, arb and vegetation management services across the UK. Multevo’s […]


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