Yunex Traffic to reveal new sustainable Actis traffic signal range at Traffex

Yunex Traffic will be exhibiting a range of innovative and intelligent solutions at this year’s Traffex | Parkex | Evex exhibition. With the widest end-to-end portfolio of intelligent traffic solutions, the company will be demonstrating how its intelligent mobility solutions have been developed to help make every journey safer, greener, and less congested, with a […]

Brightly column: Synergies between assets

By: Nick Vague, Senior Solutions Consultant, Brightly Software What happens when assets are NOT managed intelligently? It causes knock-on effects and disruption that could otherwise have been avoided.Picture this: A gully along a highway is running slow due to a broken pipe and a weather warning for heavy rain is in place. Overnight, the rainfall […]

Is next M25 closure set to be in “peak holiday season”?

The M25 is set to shut again in August as a part of the £317 million project to improve the areas between Junction 9 and 10. Roadworks will take place during ‘peak holiday season’ according to Senior Project Manager Jonathan Wade from National Highways – and is the third of five scheduled weekend closures over […]

Cruise return to the streets for the first time since ‘pedestrian-dragging’ incident

Cruise’s autonomous vehicles are officially back on the road and driving autonomously for the first time since one of its driverless vehicles dragged a pedestrian over 20 feet in San Francisco. Cruise said last month that it would resume testing with manually driven vehicles focused on mapping and gathering road information — minor tasks for a company with as […]

North Hykeham Relief Road granted planning permission

Members of Lincolnshire County Council’s Planning and Regulation Committee voted in favour of granting planning consent for the massive infrastructure project. Cllr Richard Davies, executive member for highways, said: “I’m incredibly happy to say that the North Hykeham Relief Road has officially been granted planning permission, which means we’re one step closer to a full ring […]

Kent: Red routes to start next week, with £70 fine

New ‘red routes’ are due to come into effect from next Monday (May 20) on some roads in Kent. And there seems confusion locally over what they are and how they work. The controversial move will see double yellow lines turning red. But the scheme has been questioned by traders and residents, says Kent Live. The […]

Highway run-offs: ‘a toxic cocktail’ of pollutants, says report

A report launched by Stormwater Shepherds and CIWEM has shone a light on the toxic cocktail of pollutants that runs off the UK’s road network and into our rivers and water sources every time it rains. The pollution comes from tyre particles, fuel spills and other vehicle fluids, road surface fragments, sediment and herbicides. These […]

Winners of ITS UK Early Careers Essay Competition announced

The two winners of Intelligent Transport Systems UK’s (ITS UK) Early Careers Essay Competition have been announced, with Alison Gibson of Clearview Intelligence winning the Best Early Careers Professional Essay and Anesu Jahura of the University of Cape Town winning the Best Student/Apprentice Essay. The Early Careers Essay Competition is the industry’s annual celebration of […]


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