The government has responded to accusations of “cultural vandalism” by pausing their controversial scheme to infill historic rail bridges. The programme has fallen under criticism because it prevents the bridges …Read More
Funding has been awarded for a study on the electrification of long-distance lorries using overhead power cables on motorways, as part of the Department for Transport’s (DfT) decarbonisation plan.
The organisation …Read More
As part of the Government’s efforts to reach carbon neutrality, a review of the National policy statement (NPS) has been announced. Evaluation of the strategy is set to be completed …Read More
According to a survey by YouGov, the majority of the British population do not believe that road workers are being kept safe while doing their job.
Just 42% of respondents thought …Read More
The Welsh Government is planning to reduce the country’s national speed limit on residential roads and pedestrian streets from 30mph to 20mph.
They have made the legislation one of their priorities …Read More
The government has come under fire for its decision to temporarily extend the number of hours that heavy goods vehicle (HGV) drivers can work. Several parties in the industry have …Read More
Road traffic in Great Britain fell by 21% last year, likely due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. However, a new study shows that fatality rates increased by 6%.
The …Read More
New statistics show that the UK is one of the worst countries in Europe for road safety progress, ranking 31st out of 32 nations. The figures come from a report …Read More
A new mobile technology aiming to tackle issues around road safety is being tested for the first time in cities across the West Midlands.
The platform is the UK’s first Cellular …Read More
In a bid to improve road safety, Police Scotland’s Road Policing Unit has launched a new campaign emphasising the benefits of wearing a seatbelt.
The campaign, which will run until Sunday …Read More