Redbridge Council trials new pothole technique

Redbridge Council is trialling a spray injection patching machine from Velocity to fix more potholes across the borough. The machine is made by road repair firm Velocity, who say the patching process ‘takes just a couple of minutes’ and does not involve excavation, waste, or heat. The council has said the machine had achieved a […]

Road Expo Rounds off Re-flow’s Year on the Road

Re-flow Field Management rounds off their year on the road with Scotland’s Road Expo. Making their debut on the 28th – 29th November at the SEC Glasgow, the team will once again be demonstrating the software’s powerful features at Stand C5. Road Expo is Scotland’s largest dedicated road, transport and mobility exhibition for Local Authorities, […]

Air Quality Action Plan consultation launched by East Herts Council

East Herts Council has launched a consultation on its draft Air Quality Action Plan (AQAP) setting out the council’s approach to working with partners and the community to improve air quality and reduce residents’ exposure to air pollution. Mounting scientific evidence highlights the impact of poor air quality on health. Based on local evidence, four […]

New footbridge in Mytholmroyd taking shape

Large beams have been lifted into place, forming part of a new footbridge spanning the River Calder in Mytholmroyd. The new bridge is located at the junction of New Road and Burnley Road in the centre of Mytholmroyd and will replace the existing footbridge. The current pedestrian bridge required significant repair work, to the extent […]

Oxa and eVersum join self-driving shuttle rollout in Belfast Harbour

 Oxa, one of the world’s leading self-driving vehicle software developers, and eVersum, the electric commercial vehicles and passenger transport solutions specialists, cement a new collaboration with their first joint rollout of autonomous vehicle technology. The companies are combining expertise to deliver self-driving shuttles each capable of carrying up to 40 passengers around the Innovation District […]

National Highways launches inaugural social value report

National Highways has published a report detailing the work it does to deliver social value. Last year National Highways launched a social value plan which set out a number of targets for 2022-24 besides maintaining and improving the roads. These included making sure that at least 5% of its workforce is enrolled on formal aprpenticeships […]

New transport safety officers for Essex

Front-line safety officers will be rolled out in Essex to help stamp out anti-social behaviour on public transport. As part of a partnership including Thurrock Council and Southend-on-Sea City Council, Essex County Council has been awarded £490,000 by the Department for Transport (DfT). This will fund a pilot to recruit, vet, train and deploy six […]

Latest VESOS award shows growing “recognition of benefits” of its lifesaving technology

The start-up eCall road safety solutions company VESOS says its latest award is a further demonstration of how the industry is understanding the technology’s life-saving potential. The TeCall data processing platform won the Connected and Automated Vehicle Award at the ITS UK President’s Dinner last week.  The solution delivers faster response and detailed information using […]


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