Crash leaves lorry hanging off bridge on M1

A lorry was left hanging off a bridge after crashing into a barrier on the M1 in Leicestershire. Police were called to reports the vehicle had crashed on the southbound carriageway at junction 19 Catthorpe Interchange just after 04:30 BST. Officers say the southbound carriageway is closed at junction 19 as well as the both […]

£2 DigiGo single fares for on-demand transport in Essex extended until end of June

DigiGo, Essex County Council’s on-demand shared public transport service, has extended its participation in the Government’s Bus Fare Cap Grant until June 30. This means that all single DigiGo tickets will remain capped at just £2 until this date, across the county. DigiGo is a shared public transport service which offers on-demand or pre-bookable travel in parts […]

Boundary Marketing & PR enters collaboration with Purple Tree Communications

Boundary Marketing & PR, the only marketing company dedicated to the highways and transport industry, is to collaborate with a new specialist company, Purple Tree Communications, to help further develop its marketing, PR and communications offer to the industry. Boundary is a team of passionate people who help companies in the highways and transport sector […]

TMP launches the new environmentally friendly Manchester bio-polymer bollard

TMP, one of the the leading traffic management product brands, has announcedthe launch of its latest product within its sustainable product range. The new Manchester Bio Bollard uses a bio-polymer derived from sugar cane*.Suzanne Day, Managing Director of TMP, said: “Focusing on environmental best practices andhonouring the internationally recognised Green Apple Environment Award for Helping […]

In-vehicle signage delivered direct to car’s head unit without mobile phone interface

A group of data experts have successfully delivered live, dynamic in-vehicle signage into a vehicle’s head unit using the car’s own connectivity rather than a tethered smartphone Transport for West Midlands and KL Systems transmitted real-time road signs into a Polestar vehicle during tests at Warwick University.  The demonstration proves that connected cars can automatically […]

Essex Police investigating video of woman moving cones on A12

Essex Police have announced they are investigating a driver who was witnessed illegally moving cones from a sectioned off area of the A12 near Colchester.  In a statement, the force says it believes the incident occurred on the northbound carriageway close to the Marks Tey junction on Tuesday 18 April at around 1.30pm. Highways News […]

£3.6m boost for active travel in Glasgow

Projects that encourage walking, wheeling and cycling in Glasgow are to receive a £3.6m cash injection after the city’s council secured funding from Places for Everyone – an active travel infrastructure programme funded by the Scottish Government and administered by Sustrans. The funding will help progress a range of projects including the Govan City Network […]

Just Stop Oil activists jailed for Dartford disruption

Two men have been sentenced after causing widespread disruption across the Southeast when they climbed the QEII Bridge at the Dartford Crossing. Morgan Trowland (pictured right) and Marcus Decker (left) began climbing the bridge stanchions in the early hours of 17 October last year. The men then eventually climbed to about 200ft above the water […]

Yunex launches edge computing traffic controller

Yunex Traffic is launching a new Yutraffic Blade Advanced Traffic Controller Platform for the US market, capable of managing traffic with the highest level of security, which it says “is ready for the future of traffic control”. The company is debuting the new kit during the ITS America Conference in Texas this week, saying this […]


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