A proposal to implement a speed limit of 60mph on a stretch of the M3 is being considered by the Highways Agency.
Rush-hour congestion slows traffic on the busy route into London to an average of 45mph in the morning and when leaving the city to an average of 56mph in …Read More
Forty tonnes of pea shingle have been used to fill and stabilise a 15-foot deep sinkhole that forced the closure of the M2 earlier this week.
The hole, which measured approximately five metres long, two metres wide, and about five metres deep (15—6.5x15ft), opened up in the central reservation on Tuesday …Read More
A family has been told to stay away from their house after a 30ft-deep sinkhole opened up and swallowed their car.
Zoe Smith’s Volkswagen Lupo disappeared inside the 15ft-wide hole when it appeared without warning on the driveway of her parents’ home in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
The 19-year-old is said to be …Read More
Transport Minister Keith Brown believes he could do more to improve Scotland’s transport system if the country was given the full powers of independence.
With £8 billion of capital investment expected to be spent over the next two years the money will support around 50,000 full-time jobs across Scotland.
But at a …Read More
Transport for London (TfL) is investing more than £17 million to help improve cycle safety across the capital.
The money, which will be made available over three years, will enable boroughs to deliver measures to help increase the take up of cycling and make London more easily accessible and safe on …Read More
As experienced road marking specialists we appreciate how difficult some projects can be in difficult weather or within tight dealines, however the below images are some road marking bloopers where common sense failed
1. Half a job
2. Wait for it….wait….DOH!
3. This makes me car sick just lucking at it!
4. At least …Read More
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