Knowledge shared at record breaking JCT Traffic Signals Symposium

A record number of delegates and exhibitors have shared two days of high-level knowledge sharing at the 2023 JCT Traffic Signals Symposium, with the Keynote Address delivered by behavioural scientists Rory Sutherland and Pete Dyson winning the Most Thought Provoking Paper Award 310 delegates attended Nottingham Trent University for the 28th running of the event, […]

Arup appointed by UK Department of Transport to provide specialist technical advice

Arup has been selected as a Prime supplier on the Department for Transport (DfT) STARThree Framework, the overall value of which is £600 million. STARThree (officially known as the Specialist Technical and Commercial Advisory for Rail and Other Transport Systems Framework) looks to support the delivery of rail, road and aviation projects. Arup will provide […]

Lincolnshire PCC looks at using Acusensus AI cameras to improve road safety

Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner says he’s thinking about using Acusensus’s Heads-Up cameras to spot distracted drivers and those not wearing a seatbelt on his county’s road. The BBC reports Marc Jones will discuss the idea at the East of England and East Midlands Road Safety Summit this week. The Acusensus Artificial Intelligence technology detects […]

Westcotec team complete charity parachute jump

Four members of the team from the Norfolk-based road safety technology firm Westcotec have successfully completed a charity skydive from 13,000ft, to raise funds for its charity Nelsons Journey. For more than 25 years, Nelson’s Journey has supported children and young people in Norfolk who’ve experienced the death of a significant person, providing a range […]

Nota AI™ identified as a company with a “Passion to Win” at global event

The South Korean traffic solutions company Nota AI (Nota Inc) has been identified as a “company with a passion to win” at Continental X Born2Global Startup Open Innovation in Pangyo, South Korea. The event, co-hosted by Continental Korea and Global Digital Innovation Network, brings together start-ups and small and medium enterprises from around the world, […]

Lincolnshire County Council to invest millions more into road maintenance

Lincolnshire County Council has announced that a further £10m of funds is being ploughed into the authority’s road maintenance funds. The county council has announced that a further £10m of funds is being ploughed into the authority’s road maintenance funds. Speaking during Full Council today (Friday), Leader Martin Hill, OBE, made the announcement that the […]

Clearview hosts webinar “seeing mobility through a new lens”

Transport technology, data and software company Clearview Intelligence is hosting a knowledge sharing webinar this Thursday (21 September) to explain how data is used to make traffic management more efficient. International Channel Manager Nora Ali and Head of Technical Sales Pete Cattell will explain how “it’s all about the data” and the importance of understanding […]

First large-scale study shows success of 20mph speed limit across Scottish Borders

A study by Edinburgh Napier University has shown that the rollout of 20mph speed limits across the Scottish Borders has reduced average speeds by 3mph. With previous research showing that there is an average 4% reduction in collisions with each 1mph reduction in average speed on rural roads, the study demonstrates the significant knock-on effect […]

TfL warns drivers of forthcoming closures of southbound Blackwall Tunnel

Transport for London is warning drivers that the Blackwall Tunnel will be closed to southbound traffic across the weekends of 30 September – 2 October and 7-9 October. TfL says the works, which are linked to the Silvertown Tunnel construction, will the enable the completion of the realignment of the southbound carriageway, which will carry […]

£65m road upgrade on A11 completed

National Highways’ concrete reconstruction scheme on the A11 at Wymondham has been completed. The project involved the removal of the old concrete road surface and some of its foundations, before rebuilding with recycled material and a new asphalt top.       National Highways also used initiaitves to to reduce the CO2 emissions during construction. This includes recycling 60,000 […]


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