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Described by some as ‘a great step forward’ and by others as ‘a work of beauty’, the new code of practice Well-managed Highway Infrastructure could prove to have a revolutionary impact on the general practice of highways management.
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.
New ‘sector deals’ are at the heart of the prime minister’s ‘modern Industrial Strategy’, aimed at driving growth across the country through a more active role for government.
Luton Borough Council has awarded VolkerHighways a highway maintenance, major projects and professional services contract that could be worth £200m over 15 years.
Ministers have given details of £556m Local Growth funding for the Northern Powerhouse, including cash for an intermodal terminal at Goole and flood resilience measures in Yorkshire.
Police forces across the country have begun a new push on drivers’ mobile phone use after catching a record number of offenders in their last crackdown.
Car owners are leaving their vehicles at home due to the cost and availability of parking, a new report from the RAC claims.
To mark Road Safety Week, Mike Harper, director of Highways at Stirling Lloyd, argues for a return to the fundamentals with more High Friction Surfacing.
Stephen Wojcik, head of consultancy services at infrastructure services company FM Conway, discusses how to design spaces that meet the needs of vulnerable user groups.
As strikes continue to bring Southern Rail services to a standstill, Transport Network outlines the conflicting ideas about how to solve the Southern conundrum.
This April, Europe’s biggest dedicated road, traffic, parking and transport event, Traffex, will feature the largest free offering of CPD-certified conference content in its 30-year history.