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The Scottish Roads Collaboration Programme has helped oversee many changes to how roads are managed north of the border. Now its programme manager has his sights on potential national changes to governance and funding.
The Governor of Michigan, Rick Snyder, has used a trip to London to sign a memorandum of understanding with the British Government to strengthen bilateral cooperation across their respective automotive and technology sectors.
Over two fifths (43%) of children living in urban areas are concerned about levels of air pollution near their school, according to a new survey.
Scottish transport minister Humza Yousaf has said cameras on the A9 between Dunblane and Inverness 'have undoubtedly made the A9 safer'.
Lincolnshire County Council is seeking contractors for highway maintenance work that could be worth £762m over 12 years.
Highways England has pledged to further refine its plans for a tunnel at Stonehenge in response to the views of international heritage experts.
Two recent medical studies have highlighted links between air pollution and cot deaths and childhood asthma.
More than £500,000 was raised to help support the OnSide Youth Zones charity at an event organised by Kier and supported by leading companies in the highways sector.
The final section of the Norwich Northern Distributor Road – now named Broadland Northway – has finally opened after just missing its target date.
Transport Nertwork has revealed some of the difficulties facing the Government's Apprenticeship Levy and reported on calls for reform. In this article Liz Garvey, HR director at FM Conway, looks at how firms can make the most of the current system.
Last week the Department for Transport published a raft of papers on how rail enhancement projects will be chosen in future, including a couple of documents on a new framework for market led proposals that look, at first sight, to be contradictory.
Ilyass Meslek, engineer at CCL, a specialist in engineered solutions for structures, discusses the design considerations for a road-over-rail replacement project in Blackpool.
With city leaders turning to the Internet of Things and data analytics, cities are currently undergoing a digital transformation that will revolutionise the way they are managed.