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Well-managed Highway Infrastructure.
Key figures talk new developments.
Andrew Jepp, managing director of Zurich Municipal discusses how councils and residents can prepare for future storms.
Dana Skelley on how TfL is driving forward.
Only four councils remain in the lowest band after the second round of the Incentive Element self assessment, a Department for Transport (DfT) official has revealed.
The increase in people walking and cycling and the growth of construction traffic could create a ‘perfect storm’ increase in people killed and seriously injured (KSIs) by lorries, a conference has been told.
The Government and Highways England urgently need to agree a more realistic delivery plan for the Road Investment Strategy (RIS), the National Audit Office (NAO) has warned.
Public accountants have suggested as much as £244bn could be lost from the Government balance sheet after plans to re-evaluate the local road network were dropped, Transport Network can reveal.
Transport Network talks to the IHE’s chief executive, Richard Hayes, about the pitfalls and opportunities of the new risk-based approach.
Ministers have announced a new £23m fund to accelerate the take up of hydrogen vehicles and roll out more ‘cutting-edge infrastructure’.
An official Government report has come out against widening the South West Quadrant of the M25, backing measures such as developing alternatives to travel and moving traffic to ‘more sustainable modes’.
Lord Selborne, chairman of the Lords Science and Technology Committee, talks to Transport Network about the issues that the development of connected and autonomous vehicles raise for central and local government.
FM Conway has been awarded two highways services contracts by the London Borough of Newham, worth up to £40m together.
Following National Apprentice Week, Ian Deninson, HR director at Amey, takes a look ahead to the launch of the Apprenticeship Levy next month.
Junior vice president of the Local Government Technical Advisers Group,
John Lamb, gives a frank and powerful analysis of local government highways
and transportation. Where do we stand and where are we heading?
At first sight, Chris Grayling has given himself plenty of room to decide that Heathrow has done enough to get backing for expansion. But...
We may have to wait until 2020 before autonomous vehicles are operated commercially, but when it happens the launch will signal the start of a paradigm shift that will revolutionise how we travel.