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A £100m scheme to improve the 48 riskiest local authority A roads in England will prevent almost 1,450 deaths and serious injuries over the next two decades, safety campaigners have said.
The transport sector’s specialist technical body has set out 12 priority considerations to ‘transform the narrative’ around roads, including reviving the Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme (HMEP).
Transport Scotland has advertised its first two next generation trunk road contracts, worth around £700m each.
Highways England has valued its new combined Maintenance and Response contract for the East of England at £490m over 15 years.
The Road Surface Treatment Association has announced that chief executive Dr Howard Robinson will be standing down from 1 January.
Harrow Council is looking for a highways maintenance contractor in a deal that could be worth £110m over 10 years.
A lack of sufficient funding to maintain local roads means potholes are ‘wreaking havoc’ with drivers, the RAC has said.
Highways England is to carry out a fresh consultation on ‘important new evidence’ regarding its controversial plans for a bypass at the A27 at Arundel.
The Scottish Government will take forward plans to allow fixed penalty notices to be issued to suspected road traffic offenders following a consultation in which the majority of 26 respondents supported the move.
Former director at the Department for Transport (DfT) and current director of the RAC Foundation, Steve Gooding, shares his opinions about the pace of innovation and development in the highways industry.
Jade Reid reviews the slow progress in bringing women into the transport industry workforce.
The £1.5bn A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon scheme is Highways England’s biggest single project in construction. Dominic Browne finds out more.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has not had an easy time in office. Based on his speech to delegates at the Conservative Party conference this year his troubles are far from over.