Royal remains in Leicester prompt streetscene developments.
Expert analysis on new DfT highways funding proposals
David Lindenberg on the benefits of solar powered lighting.
Surveyor takes a look at the key questions on Smart Cities.
Dominic Browne reports on a new quality standard for salt, SaltAS
Mark Ralph on speed limits and road safety
Many hundreds of level crossings on railway lines could present an ‘unacceptable level of fatality risk’ an influential group of MPs has warned in a damning report on Network Rail's crossings strategy.
Road safety markings in Wales and Scotland have fallen ‘well below’ UK standards, with a majority requiring replacement, a survey has concluded.
Transport for London (TfL) is set to trial a world first this summer, launching an ‘intelligent’ pedestrian technology that could make crossing the road easier and safer in the capital.
Westminster City Council is planning to review its use of CCTV for parking enforcement on single yellow lines with a view to slashing their use ahead of a possible Government ban.
Tackling future congestion is a key justifications claimed by Government for its massive road building programme. But the Government's plans for new roads in the countryside ignore the fact that congestion is largely an urban problem.
A new park and ride and motorway bus lane is
about to be completed in Portsmouth to help with
nearby development. Sally Devine finds out more.
Does an online tool published earlier this year represent the future of analysing road safety for local authorities? James Evison reports.
For Dr Daniel Ruiz, managing director of Imtech Traffic & Infra UK, the world of traffic and transport is
changing rapidly and the industry must raise its game to keep up. Adrian Tatum reports.
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