New Jenoptik spot speed cameras welcomed in Cornwall

Two new speed cameras have been installed by Jenoptik on a busy stretch of the A390 in Cornwall, with the immediate effect on traffic already making a councillor feel “euphoric”. Positioned at either end of St Ann’s Chapel, the cameras are bi-directional, meaning they will detect speeding motorists travelling on both sides of the road. […]

Better bus services for Kent following £16 million funding boost

Residents across Kent will benefit from more reliable, punctual and cheaper bus services thanks to more than £16 million of new government funding to improve local transport connections and grow the economy. The Department for Transport has today (21 June 2023) confirmed that Kent County Council will receive £16.1 million for its bus service improvement plan […]

Vision launched for world class public electric vehicle charging network in Scotland

The Scottish Government has published its Vision for Scotland’s Public Electric Vehicle Charging Network. It comes as a new study shows that uptake of electric vehicles in Scotland could be up to 16% higher than UK Government statistics suggest. The Vision sets out what an ideal public charging offer for cars and vans in Scotland should […]

New proposals to link Helensburgh and Garelochhead in Argyll and Bute

Providing a safer route for walkers, cyclists and wheelers between Helensburgh and HMNB Clyde, as the first phase of the route to Garelochhead, is another step closer with new proposed plans unveiled. Following extensive community engagement, Argyll and Bute Council has included feedback from the community and created new proposals for the active travel route. […]

New survey launched to gain an insight into travel habits in Staffordshire

People in Staffordshire are being invited to share their views on how they travel around the county to help shape future transport plans and increase ‘green’ travel.  The Staffordshire Household Travel survey which is now live is designed to get a ‘snapshot’ of people’s daily travel habits.  It focuses on questions about usual travel behaviour […]

Essex Council plans market engagement events with highways contractors

Essex County Council has started to make plans to talk to contractors ahead of the renewal of its highways contract in 2027. The council is keen to engage with contractors about its plans for highway maintenance after the end of its current arrangement with Ringway Jacobs ends. Essex County Council is looking at what service […]

TMP launch new tactile paving product range

TMP, a leading traffic management product manufacturer, as launched its latest tactile paving product range. The lightweight Tactile made from Flexible Polyurethane is a fraction of the cost of the traditional concrete tile, easier to install. The Tactile Glo lasts six times longer than the concrete equivalent.   This unique product is a must for those eco-conscious […]

LTC review getting underway

A six-month inquiry into the Lower Thames Crossing between Essex and Kent is getting underway. The Planning Inspectorate is reviewing the plans after a coalition of conservation groups called the scheme “damaging”. The scheme had previously been approved by the government, but it announced a two-year delay to the project in March. The BBC reports […]


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