The Institute of Highway Engineers has announced the return of its annual Traffic Signs Conference & Exhibition following a break due to Covid. The signing
The UK will fail to deliver the volume of electric vehicle charging infrastructure by 2030, according to a new report by vehicle financing company, Novuna
Policy proposals addressing our global clean air challenge have been set out by University of Birmingham experts during the Conservative Party Conference. In a new
Work will start next week (10 October) on the first stage of a £3 million investment programme to improve walking and cycling links at four
“I think in general, the company’s done pretty well, and there’s certainly been some significant successes,” says Harry Garnham of the Office and Rail and
Following work on the H5 Portway and H8 Standing Way schemes earlier in the year, three more grid roads in Milton Keynes will receive intensive
Some striking time-lapse footage shows a 47-metre-long, 100 tonne footbridge being removed from the A1. The North Dene Bridge between junctions 65 (Birtley) and 66
The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Wales David TC Davies has visited one of the Metro Plus projects currently under construction in the South
New signage and cameras for the Newcastle and Gateshead Clean Air Zone (CAZ) have been installed and are in operation from today – but without
Travel information company INRIX has announced that the US Federal Highway Administration will continue to use its data to assess travel reliability, congestion and emissions.
The A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful road in Scotland has been closed with all traffic diverted overnight to the nearby Old Military Road.
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