TTF oversees industry collaboration on in-vehicle signage

The Transport Technology Forum’s Connected Vehicle Working Group is taking on a new role leading knowledge-sharing among a range of different projects delivering the latest in in-vehicle signage. The Working Group’s new sub-group, led by connected vehicle expert Andy Graham of White Willow Consulting, is designed to ensure that those working on new solutions are […]

Re-flow 1.6 boosts efficiency with enhanced communication and job creation

The award-winning field management software provider Re-flow Field Management is continuing to unveil the core features of Re-flow 1.6, the system’s latest update. To date, the company has unveiled two major features rolling out in the coming months – new security features that bolster user data protection, as well as a comprehensive overhaul to the […]

Kiely hails Innovation Festival win as a boost for road safety

Road surfacing and surface treatments company Kiely Bros says winning an award at the LCRIG Innovation Festival will speed up the implementation of a revolutionary surface solution across the UK. Kiely GlassMark won the Qualifying Innovator award in the Surfacing category at the event in Newark last month, winning funding and the chance to trial […]

London reaches major milestone with more than 1,000 zero emission buses

The capital has now passed a major milestone of more than 1,000 zero emission buses picking up customers on the city’s streets, with the 1,000th zero emission bus being normally used on route 204. This means that more than one in nine of the iconic red buses have now gone green. Since 2021, all new […]

Devon County Council introduces the A382 Carbon Negative Project

As part of ADEPT’s Live Labs 2 programme, Devon County Council’s Principal Engineer – Major Projects has given details of the county’s A382 Carbon Negative Project. Beth Lewis says the project, which falls within the theme of ‘Corridor and place-based decarbonisation’ got off to a busy start, with one of the first tasks to determine […]

New research suggests free-flow tolling cuts emissions by 75%

A new study by tolling technology company Emovis has found that their Free Flow Tolling system has successfully slashed CO2 emissions by 75%. This also led to a 50% reduction in CO2 emissions for heavy vehicles averaging 10 tonnes. Emovis operates some of the world’s busiest barrier-free tolling infrastructures in the United States, United Kingdom, […]

£6 million to improve air quality in local communities

Local authorities across England can now apply for a share of £6 million of government funding to deliver projects to improve air quality. The annual Air Quality Grant helps councils develop and implement measures to benefit schools, businesses and communities and reduce the impact of air pollution on people’s health. Since 2010, more than £53 […]

Traffic Group Signals enhances Active Channel Management

With the rise in radio usage for on-site communications, telemetry and automation, the frequencies in which temporary traffic signals operate are more congested than ever. Responding to the challenging radio environment at temporary traffic signal sites, Traffic Group Signals has further boosted the performance of its Active Channel Management (ACM) technology thanks to a series […]

Upgraded section of the A602 opens to traffic

The newly upgraded section of the A602 between Watton-at-Stone and Tonwell has opened to traffic. It brings the important link between the A1(M) at Stevenage and the A10 at Ware up to modern highway standards, reducing delays and improving journey times. The new section of road, which replaces the previous A602 carriageway, has been realigned […]


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