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A major report for government on the Southern Rail debacle identified industrial relations as the main cause of failure, as unions signal further industrial action.
On International Women in Engineering Day, 23 June, Roma Agrawal, associate director at AECOM, takes a look at the gender imbalance in infrastructure and asks what can be done.
Laura Fox, HR coordinator at Connect Plus Services (CPS), explains what her company is doing to break down gender barriers in highways and transportation.
This week’s hot weather has seen councils sending gritters out as road temperatures of around 50 celsius have caused surfaces to melt.
Civil engineering contractors have backed the Government’s plans to legislate to deliver
the next phase of HS2 but reaction to the Queen’s speech has noted the infrastructure projects that were not mentioned.
Marcus Lee, sales director of IKO PLC’s Specification Division, comments on the publication of the new Code of Practice for Ironwork Systems Installation and Refurbishment.
Darren Divall of TRL told Transport Network about the organisation’s contribution to the Belize Road Safety Project, which was awarded a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award for its outstanding contribution to road safety.
Scotland’s Roads Collaboration Programme has been tasked with supporting a shift towards more regional management of the local road network. Transport Network finds out what progress is being made and whether the sector is ready for such change.
This year’s Highways Awards have a judging panel spanning all four corners of the UK – with representatives from Transport Scotland, the Welsh Assembly, TransportNI, the Department for Transport, Highways England and the Institute of Highway Engineers.