Why Advertise?

Launched in 2013, this transport-network.co.uk website is dedicated to serving news to the highways and transportation industry.

This is an exciting time to be involved in this market, thanks to new government legislation and the drive to build new and smarter infrastructure, develop public realm and highways planning, and find innovative, radical, sector-changing ideas for transport.

Brought to you by Transport Network – a Hemming Group portfolio – the site provides vital information every day in a clear, unbiased format, covering all the current issues for the sector across various channels. It provides readers with the latest up-to-the-minute news directly affecting our market, and is also complemented by dedicated Highways and Smart Highways news sites at http://www.highwaysmagazine.co.uk and http://www.smarthighways.net.

Three weekly eNewsletters also highlight the top stories of that week for Transport Network, Highways and Smart Highways. You can sign up to receive these for Transport Network here and for Highways on Fridays and Seven Days in ITS (brought to you by Smart Highways magazine) here.

Our web visitors, eNewsletter subscribers and magazine readers alike need the very latest knowledge to keep on top of developments. This website receives on average over 40,000 page views each month, with Highways also receiving over 33,000 and Smart Highways just under 24,000.

Highways magazine also has an average printed readership in excess of 6,000 and a digital circulation of 14,400+, with Smart Highway’s combined print/digital distribution at over 14,200. The vast majority of our visitors and readers work for government agencies and local authorities, are consulting engineers, specialist or termed maintenance contractors, or work within private sector companies associated with the sector.

To take advantage of our extensive Transport Network, why not advertise with us? For more information, please contact:

Adrian Bradnam
Sales Co-ordinator
Tel: 020 79734646
Email: a.bradnam@hgluk.com


(all figures quoted above are correct as at 1st October 2017)