Lambeth confirms new emissions-based parking charges to help improve air quality

Lambeth Council is introducing new set of emissions-based charges for parking permits, as part of its drive to improve air quality and create a fairer, more equal borough. The new structure will ensure that drivers of vehicles that produce toxic carbon dioxide emissions will pay more to park across Lambeth – helping to tackle climate […]

New Invercoe Bridge officially opened by The Highland Council

Last week marked the official opening of Invercoe Bridge, Lochaber. Convener of The Highland Council, Cllr Bill Lobban formally opened the bridge with pupils from Glencoe Primary School and Kinlochleven High School and Economy and Infrastructure Committee Chair, Cllr Ken Gowans. Invercoe Bridge has undergone a complete bridge replacement as part of the Scottish Government’s […]

Highland Council reports on 20 mph speed limit programme benefits

A report going to Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee will highlight additional actions and interventions the Road Safety Team are planning to  support the new 20mph speed limits which are currently getting rolled-out to 121 villages and towns across Highland, fully funded by Transport Scotland. Chair of the Committee, Cllr Ken Gowans said: “The […]

Tay Road Bridge upgrade makes progress

Work to upgrade the Tay Road Bridge in Dundee will start next month. From early June, and again in spring and summer 2024, crossing will be via a contraflow arrangement, with one carriageway closed and both Fife and Dundee-bound traffic using the remaining carriageway on a single lane basis. The works see the original 1966 […]

Camden secures £2.4million for road safety improvements in Regent’s Park

Camden Council has started a new consultation on road safety improvements around Regent’s Park after securing £2.4million of funding from HS2 Ltd. Through High-Speed Two Ltd’s (HS2’s) Road Safety Fund, Camden has secured £2.4 million which will be spent on road safety and transport improvements in the Regent’s Park Area. The project is being called […]

St Helens Borough Council approves £29m worth of road improvements

Nearly £30m worth of improvements plans have been approved for roads across St Helens. A report into the state of the borough’s roads revealed a raft of necessary improvements, and these were put to St Helens Borough Council’s cabinet of April 26. The improvements will be carried out across the next four years. To facilitate the work, […]

WPS Parking Solutions has been acquired by CERTINA GROUP to further drive innovation and growth in parking management

WPS Parking Solutions, specialists in innovative cloud-based parking management solutions has been acquired by Munich-based family-run industrial holding company CERTINA GROUP. With over 25 years of experience in building and reshaping companies, CERTINA will further invest in WPS, its solutions, customers and employees to drive innovation and growth within the parking industry. The sale of […]

Glasgow City Councils gears up for LEZ

With enforcement of Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone (LEZ) just one month away, the City Council is people are being urged to know its requirements and to plan ahead. Glasgow’s LEZ, which effectively excludes the most polluting vehicles from our city centre, protects public health by tackling unacceptably high levels of harmful air pollution that have […]

Transport Technology industry’s collaboration praised after successful TTF conference

Reflecting on the recent two-day Transport Technology Forum Conference in Leeds, Darren Capes, TTF Manager and ITS Policy Lead at the Department for Transport, praised the collaboration between public and private sectors. He commented that highways and road transport are changing quickly and the TTF is central to this by driving innovation and efficiency in […]


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