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Transport Scotland is gearing up to produce a new Road Safety Framework, with a consultation on the new document expected early next year.
Danny Shapiro is senior director of automotive at NVIDIA, a company at the forefront of driverless car computing. He spoke to Transport Network about the central debates around connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV).
The BBC has reported that Milton Keynes has run out of green bulbs for a number of traffic lights.
Walking and cycling charity Sustrans has adapted computer aided design software to help planners design streets that work better for non-standard cycles.
Councillors in Glasgow have recommended the adoption of 20mph speed limit for most roads in the city, but with limited, if any, traffic calming measures.
Hampshire County Council has been fined £1.4m after a child suffered a head injury caused by an unsecured street bollard.
The latest findings from the 2018/2019 Transport Scotland’s live brine trials have been released and after three winter seasons of research, the recommendations have become clearer and the areas of further research more specific. Dominic Browne reports
Bristol City Council has suspended its roll-out of a new vehicle fleet after purchasing dozens of diesel vehicles despite a planned city centre diesel ban.
A blanket ban on pavement parking in Scotland and a proposed default 20mph limit in Wales have raised a debate over how realistic or desirable it is to ask cash-strapped, understaffed councils to deliver national policies in a time of devolution. Rhodri Clark investigates
A global innovation programme from WSP has highlighted radical engineering actions needed to cope with ongoing demographic, social and environmental changes.
An American expert gives a 10-point plan to solving your public sector data issues - or at least solving the problems of getting started.
Chris Ames spoke to the five councils with the biggest deficits on their parking accounts and found that many see parking more as a service than a revenue stream.
When rain and floods hit South Yorkshire early in November, Amey, which provides highway maintenance services to Sheffield City Council through the £2bn ‘Streets Ahead’ PFI contract, was in the front line. Transport Network gets a briefing on its efforts.