GRAHAM appointed as lead contractor on Western Growth Corridor for City of Lincoln Council

GRAHAM, a leading construction and civil engineering company, has been appointed by the City of Lincoln Council to design and deliver crucial elements of the Western Growth Corridor development. The Western Growth Corridor project in Lincoln is set to transform the city and bring new opportunities for housing and economic growth. The work elements include […]

Aberdeenshire Council looks to develop active travel route between Montgarrie and Alford

Aberdeenshire Council is looking to develop an active travel route between Montgarrie and Alford. A feasibility study has been developed and identified a preferred route which would allow for walking, running, cycling and wheeling. The preferred route option follows existing paths through Haughton Country Path leading to Montgarrie Bridge which will be upgraded and widened […]

Stamp it Out secures funding from Kent CC for county-wide rollout

Stamp it Out, the industry led programme aiming to make roadworker abuse socially unacceptable, have received funding from the Kent Lane Rental scheme for a county-wide rollout of the programme. To take place in the new year, the rollout will encompass not only highways workers but also will include the Highways Inspectors, employed directly by […]

Council warns over fake ULEZ signs

Hertfordshire County Council is warning drivers not to fall for fake signs about London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone which have QR codes linking to scammer sites. The council has refused to allow ULEZ signs to go up in the county, and Transport for London’s signs do not include QR codes. In a message on X […]

Bus passenger levels surge to highest in three years

The number of people taking the bus outside of London has returned to pre-pandemic levels for the first time. After months of steady growth, Tuesday 12th October was the first weekday when more people travelled by bus than on the equivalent day before the pandemic. Buses, which are the nation’s most popular form of public […]

Conduent to deliver parking enforcement services in Reading

Smart mobility company Conduent Transportation has been chosen to provide on- and off-street parking enforcement services in Reading. The contract, initially for a four-year term, begins next month. Conduent will provide Reading Borough Council with on- and off-street parking civil enforcement officers to oversee parking compliance while managing on- and off-street pay and display machines. […]

Cruise pauses all driverless operations

General Motors’ driverless vehicle division Cruise is stopping all of its driverless services for the moment, after it had its licence to operate suspended in San Francisco. California’s Department of Motor Vehicles suspended the company’s driverless permits following a collision with a pedestrian in San Francisco earlier this month, after the person had been hit […]

one.network wins Florida contract

UK-based road management and roadworks data technology provider one.network has announced it’ll be working with the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) to create a Lane Closure Notification System (LCNS) pilot project for the area’s toll roads. CFX’s roads include some of the world’s busiest tourist corridors. The new LCNS, powered by the one.network solution, will […]

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