The Department for Transport (DfT) is seeking views on how £5.8 billion funding for local highways maintenance should be distributed.
A document entitled Gearing up for efficient highway delivery and funding has been released as supporting material for a series of regional roadshows which are being held by the Department for Transport …Read More
With a quarter of all drivers over the age of 65 by 2020, the European Union Road Federation (ERF) have led the calls for better road markings to reduce accident rates.
In a paper entitled ‘Marking the way forward towards a safer future’, published on 13th December, ERF believe that as …Read More
Although 2013 has been a challenging trading year for the country as a whole – Anglo Liners Ltd has seen remarkable growth in it’s first year with lucrative contracts, many new clients through word of mouth and good reputation. This is in thanks to our dedicated staff & technicians on …Read More
The National Infrastructure Plan announced by the Government has received a mixture of responses from the industry.
Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) director general Nick Baveystock said: The National Infrastructure Plan plays a critical role in enabling the UK to compete in a modern world, creating jobs and growth and providing the stability …Read More
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has confirmed that there will be no tolling on the planned A14 scheme between Cambridge and Huntingdon as the Government outlined its new National Infrastructure Plan.
The plan contains information on over £375 billion of planned public and private sector infrastructure investment. It sets out …Read More
Highway Hypnosis is what you sometimes experience as a driver when you can’t recall the previous few seconds of your journey, says Paul Watters of the Automobile Association in the UK. It’s more likely on mundane or familiar trips when you don’t need to take in the road signs.
“It’s a …Read More
Thousands of council gritters have been out on main roads across the country this week as temperatures continue to drop below freezing.
Councils are monitoring round the clock weather updates with falling temperatures and wintry showers turning some roads icy in places and deploying gritting fleets to treat thousands of miles …Read More
Road safety charity Brake has launched a campaign that appeals to drivers to turn off their phones or put them in the boot, and urges everyone to refuse to speak on the phone to someone who’s driving, even if they are using a hands free kit.
It is being launched a …Read More
Councils are stockpiling more salt in preparation for this year’s winter, according to the latest figures from highways bosses.
A Local Government Association survey of councils across England and Wales estimates an increase on the 1.3 million tonnes of salt stockpiled in depots in 2012.
Despite milder conditions so far this year, …Read More
More than £1.9 Billion is being invested in Britain’s roads in 2014, helping to create almost 10,000 new construction jobs.
The Transport Minister Robert Goodwill announced that the total investment in 209 schemes is £4.3 billion, £1.9 billion of which will be spent in 2014 alone – more than twice the …Read More