Derbyshire case study proves the value of integrated traffic management

The Intelligent traffic solution and technology business SWARCO will tell delegates at the popular JCT Traffic Signals Symposium next month how Intelligent Transport Systems are enhancing efficiencies and creating a more connected transport network throughout Derbyshire. The presentation will explain how Derbyshire recognised the link between reliable and dependable transport infrastructure and economic growth, and […]

Blue badge holders face paying ULEZ charge

The Conservative leader of Harrow Borough Council is warning disabled drivers have “fallen through the cracks” of London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone expansion. Transport for London says blue badge holders need to pay the £12.50 daily low emissions charge unless their vehicle meets the scheme’s emission standards or is registered for one of the three […]

Work is set to begin on Phase 2 of new cycle route in Leamington Spa

Cyclists in Kenilworth and Leamington will soon have a new cycle way to travel on as Warwickshire County Council’s flagship cycle route is poised to take an important new step forward.  The second phase of construction of a new cycle route on the Kenilworth Road in Leamington Spa is due to start on Monday 4th September. […]

New active travel route open at Ravenscraig

A new path for pedestrians and cyclists is open between Craigneuk and New College Lanarkshire’s Motherwell Campus at Ravenscraig. It connects, at Meadowhead Bridge, with the existing active travel route to The Craig public park and Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility. Lighting, seating and CCTV has been installed along the route, with trees being planted on the embankment in […]

New cycle and walking route under construction in Leicester

Work is under way to create a new section of walking and cycling track in Aylestone Meadows that will form part of the National Cycle Network. The improvements will see a new 3.5 metre wide track installed on land behind Kingsway, off Narborough Road South. The new route will connect to the existing track off […]

Multidisciplinary team appointed for Dublin’s landmark MetroLink programme

Transport Infrastructure Ireland has appointed a multidisciplinary client partner team for Dublin’s MetroLink programme – Ireland’s first metro railway. Turner & Townsend will lead the client partner team, which will be made up of WSP supported by O’Connor Sutton Cronin, Mace and PwC. Running for 18.8km, MetroLink will be a high-capacity, high-frequency metro railway with 16 new […]

National Highways award A43 team best-in-class customer scoring

Kier Transportation’s A43 team has become the first to achieve 8 out of 10 in the National Highways’ Customer Assurance Framework (CAF) assessment across all HS2 Main Works Civils Contractors (MWCC’s) interfaces. The project is being delivered by the Eiffage Kier Ferrovial BAM (EKFB) JV, with the score a shining example of stakeholder collaboration. It demonstrates […]

Re-flow talks drainage and civils with Glanville Environmental

Re-flow’s podcast – The Conversation – returns for its third episode. This time, the team welcomes their first guest from the industry, the innovative civil engineering and drainage company, Glanville Environmental. As a long-time client of Re-flow, Glanville has years of experience utilising the latest technological innovations to stay on the cutting edge of the […]

National Highways lifting roadworks for August Bank Holiday

National Highways is lifting almost a thousand miles of roadworks for the August Bank Holiday weekend. A total of 972 miles of roadworks will be lifted and completed in time for the late summer getaway with seaside resorts, airports and theme parks likely to be among popular destinations.  The organisation is also reminding drivers to […]


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