All young people in Nottinghamshire to benefit from subsidised travel

Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council are working in partnership to deliver Nottinghamshire U22, a new ticketing price point on buses and trams across the county offering student prices to all under 22-year-olds. The scheme aims to support all young people by improving access to travel for work, leisure and study. Tickets will be […]

Little Isla gets life-changing treatment thanks to industry’s generosity

The two-year-old granddaughter of LCRIG Chair and industry veteran Martin Duffy has undertaken potentially life-changing treatment in the United States, thanks to her grandfather’s cycling skills and the fundraising efforts of the highways and transport technology industries. Isla was born with cerebral palsy and cannot sit independently, crawl or walk.  However Stem Cell treatment clinical […]

Study suggests need for gradual introduction of driverless cars to maintain confidence

A new study in Canada is suggesting people are not ready to wholeheartedly embrace the concept of self-driving cars, so there will need to be a period of gradual transition before adoption. The study at the University of British Columbia reveals mixed perceptions of automated vehicles, particularly their effects on pedestrian comfort and safety. Four […]

Road surface and barrier upgrades getting underway on M20

A £2.7 million package of carriageway resurfacing, and new road markings are set to get underway next week on the M20 in Kent. Starting on Monday (4 September), National Highways will begin a scheme to resurfacing the M20 between junction 11 (Westhanger) and junction 13 (Folkestone). The carriageway will also see the repainting of the […]


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