INRIX Signal Analytics now available across the UK to measure, visualise and improve traffic signal performance networkwide

INRIX UK, a leader in connected car services and transportation analytics, has announced that INRIX® IQ Signal Analytics is now available in the UK to understand traffic signal and corridor performance easier, faster and cheaper than installing traditional monitoring infrastructure at a junction.  Signal Analytics delivers junction and corridor analytics in an easy to use yet powerful cloud-based […]

Aggregate Industries Strengthens Asphalt Offering with IAT Partnership

Aggregate Industries, one of the UK’s largest asphalt providers, has partnered with the Institute of Asphalt Technology (IAT) to grow and strengthen asphalt excellence. The partnership sees many Aggregate Industries employees become part of the IAT throughout the UK, Ireland and overseas, offering a number of benefits and opportunities for the Surfacing Solutions business division […]

Improvements due for riverside path in York

York City Council has taken a residents first approach to improvements to a popular riverside path Cllr Andy D’Agorne, Deputy Leader and Executive Member for Transport, will receive a report including proposals to improve the Jubilee Terrace to Scarborough Bridge riverside path. This will be part of a report on the Active Travel Programme and will be […]

New framework to ensure road and rail development projects protect the environment

An updated framework with measures to protect the environment in new major road, rail, and rail freight schemes has been unveiled by the government today. The framework has been updated to reflect legislation set out in the Environment Act, which requires developers to recognise new environmental targets and sets out further details on biodiversity net […]

Local Authorities take centre stage at TTF Conference

The Transport Technology Forum’s annual conference in Leeds will feature attendees from a record number of local authorities across England, more than 50 authorities already taking advantage of fully-funded places at the event. The conference takes place at the City Centre Hilton Hotel on 26th and 27th April with a networking event on the evening […]

Pedestrian casualties rise after Highway Code changes

New research suggests the dangers facing pedestrians has risen since changes to road user priorities, after the latest provisional Government figures show more than 16 people are killed or seriously injured on our Roads every day. Admiral Car Insurance carried out the research, and says it highlights “the lack of understanding on the different types […]

Jennie Martin takes over as Bus Users chair

The former Secretary General of ITS (UK), Jennie Martin MBE has been appointed as the new Chair of Bus Users UK following a unanimous vote of the Board. Described as “a passionate campaigner for inclusive, equitable and sustainable transport”, Mrs Martin retired from ITS (UK) in January and is now the Ambassador of the Network […]

Kirklees’ Highways Capital Plan gets Cabinet approval

Kirklees Council Cabinet has approved the council’s Highways Capital Plan for 2023/24 and 2024/25 totalling £24,408,044 and £19,736,576 respectively. The 23/24 funding, made up from around £15million of grant monies (including City Regional Sustainable Transport Settlement (CRSTS) and Challenge Fund Grant). Around £9million from the Council’s own borrowing, will go towards a number of programmes […]


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