Key figures in the Highways industry have called upon councils to commit to better, long-term strategies to reduce carbon emissions.
At the Road Surface Treatments Association’s annual conference this month, industry …Read More
National Highways is funding a trial to test new ways to clean up spills caused by road incidents. Collaborating with the Forensic Collision Investigation Network (FCIN), they will test new …Read More
From the 1st of June, local authorities will be able to enforce moving traffic offence fines, including entering yellow junction boxes and driving through no entry, no left/right signs.
Research from …Read More
The standards of local bridges across the country are declining, with the number of bridges that fully collapsed in the UK increasing by 70% last year.
2020 saw 10 local bridges …Read More
The Department for Transport (DfT) has identified around 50 sites on the Historical Railways Estate as potentially suitable for new cycle lanes and walking routes.
The proposed project will give a …Read More
Essex County Council has issued a warning to Sir Rod Stewart over his attempts to repair potholes near his home in Harlow, Essex. A video posted online shows the 77-year-old …Read More
National Highways will next month begin a multi-million-pound resurfacing scheme, starting with the A11. The project will remove concrete road surfacing and roads will be rebuilt using recycled materials and …Read More
National Highways is now considering an overhaul of its road marking strategy after new findings on the reaction of road markings on road surfaces. However, the findings have been met …Read More
National Highways’ latest instalment of smart motorway schemes is failing to meet the terms of the Department for Transport’s (DfT) recent pledge on emergency refuge areas. The standard distance between …Read More
A new apprenticeship scheme has been launched in the UK to try and tackle the HGV driver shortage.
The on-the-job training system has been created by training provider Seetec Outsource in …Read More