Transport for London (TfL) has outlined eight new sites for potential 20mph speed limits.
The first confirmed pilot location will be Commercial Street in Tower Hamlets. This is planned to be introduced in April when all borough roads in Tower Hamlets are made 20mph. Once implemented, the route could then be …Read More
Drivers will now get a 10-minute grace period before being given a parking ticket under new measures introduced by the government.
Under the new laws to help local shops, drivers will get extra time when parked in a bay. This will prevent fines for being just a few minutes late back …Read More
We have just completed a car park marking project at the new Littlewoods support building in Liverpool, checkout some of the photo’s below.
Britain’s two worst speeders were caught at 146mph on the M25, according to statistics released by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).
The IAM has lifted the lid on the worst examples of excessive speeding caught on safety cameras across England and Wales in 2014.
Of the two speeding drivers on the …Read More
New scanning technology developed by Nottingham Trent University could help detect the early signs of potholes and determine their severity.
A research team led by Dr Senthan Mathavan has developed technology that scans roads for ravelling the loss of aggregates from the asphalt which leads to potholes and cracks.
Combined with 2D and …Read More
National Pothole Day is taking place on Thursday 15 January and received wide support from the industry.
The initiative aims to raise public awareness about the pothole problem in Britain. It is being organised by Street Repairs, who have developed an app which enables the public to report information about potholes …Read More
Website Street Repairs, which allows members of the public to quickly report street-level faults via their smartphone in real time, is behind the initiative.
Managing director Colin Mahoney said: Many thousands of our followers and supporters have asked us to highlight the seriousness of this major problem, so what better way …Read More
Councils across Britain are facing huge backlogs of pothole repairs, according to information obtained by the Press Association.
Freedom of Information requests show that some faced a backlog of up to £100 million to repair roads in their area.
The government recently announced that it will spend £6 billion on tackling potholes …Read More
Police are blaming a deteriorating road surface after a lump of concrete smashed through a driver’s windscreen in Essex.
The motorist was left shaken after the concrete became embedded in her windscreen while driving on the A120 near Great Bromley last Friday.
Police investigated where the 1ft square object came from following …Read More
Details of a £15 billion roads investment strategy have been revealed by the government today (1 December 2014) with 84 new road projects outlined.
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin and Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander announced details of the first ever Road Investment Strategy to Parliament. The ambitious plan will …Read More