You are:

Library

Filter

Filter
  • Clear date from
  • Clear date from

Filter by Topic

Displaying 21 - 30 of 791
Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next
Title Type Published
Transportation Professional March 2017

Time is now to adopt future thinking in managing highways. Cameras fitted to the front of refuse trucks will be used to spot potholes in two areas including Thurrock New technology and better communications look set to have a major impact on how highway authorities manage road maintenance says the Department for Trans...

Transportation Professional - news article 13/03/17
Transportation Professional August/September 2013

Transport Scotland has strengthened its approach to managing severe weather incidents on the trunk road network through its new 4G maintenance contracts and Traffic Control Centre...

Transportation Professional - news article 1/08/13
Transportation Professional July-August 2018

Lighting efficiency champion offers illuminating thoughts - Lindsay McGregor has been a strong advocate of councils switching to LEDs. UK Lighting Board chair Lindsay McGregor stands down from his role this summer. Here he sets out his vision for further promoting energy efficient solutions and reflects on recent prog...

Transportation Professional - news article 19/07/18
Transportation Professional July - Aug 2016

Shining a light on traffic sign illumination How traffic signs are illuminated should not be determined by regulation but follow local risk assessments says the UK Lighting Board member Dave Johnson, who works for Transport for London. Also included: Fresh challenges for new chair of UK Roads. Newly elected chair of...

Transportation Professional - news article 18/07/16
Transportation Professional May 2015

South West analyses resilience challenges: HIRAM – for Highways Infrastructure Resilience Assessment Modelling – is a tool to understand the potential impacts of climate change, developed in south west England. It has drawn praise from such as the Transport Resilience review....

Transportation Professional - news article 18/05/15
Transportation Professional May 2014

Road signs review to help prevent low bridge vehicle strikes: Guidance is being updated to help highway authorities prevent vehicles from striking low bridges....

Transportation Professional - news article 16/05/14
Transportation Professional November 2011

Good practice for running the electronic highway The Roads Liaison Group has launched a new Code of Practice for electronic traffic equipment writes Justin Ward. Also in this update: news on RLG’s input into guidance to help highway authorities manage their assets and training plans for bridge inspectors....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/11/11
Transportation Professional August/September 2012

Updating Olympics trips with online data Transport Direct – Britain’s public transport journey and car route planner – is incorporating temporary Olympic road changes and modelling the impact of Games events on journey times. ...

Transportation Professional - news article 23/07/12
Transportation Professional October 2016

Updated code promotes better managed infrastructure: UKRLG has launched an update to its Code of Practice which takes an integrated, risk based approach to managing highway infrastructure assets....

Transportation Professional - news article 18/10/16
Transportation Professional Jan/Feb 2012

Sound asset management makes money go further: Application of a systematic approach to managing highway assets in London is demonstrating principles all road authorities can apply to make budgets go further....

Transportation Professional - news article 22/12/11
Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next