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Transportation Professional May 2009

UK Lighting Board: Striving for better practice Street lighting as a sector of the highways industry is working to improve efficiency and current practices - with leadership and support where appropriate from the UK Lighting Board....

Transportation Professional - news article 29/05/09
Transportation Professional November 2012

Training the winter decision makers: No formal training and national accreditation for winter service decision makers currently exists but a newly developed course is expected to go live in winter 2013-14....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/11/12
Transportation Professional May 2017

Future scanning to improve road condition SCANNER survey vehicles use laser sensors and camera technology to capture road surface condition More consistent and appropriate surveys of road condition can be achieved through SCANNER which is now being improved to potentially allow the measurement of further parameters, ...

Transportation Professional - news article 15/05/17
Transportation Professional January/February 2014

Chairmen of the four UK Roads Liaison Group boards report on progress made in the last year and what can be expected in 2014....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/01/14
Transportation Professional March 2015

Asset management gets a boost from e-learning: A more robust approach to highway infrastructure asset management is expected through a new Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme e-learning toolkit. This is designed to help authorities fully embed asset management...

Transportation Professional - news article 18/03/15
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 June 2010

Road surveys strengthen intellectual rigour The National Road Condition Survey is back, momentum is building towards Whole of Government Accounts and highway authorities now have a lot of useful data at their disposal. All can help build the case for greater investment says the UK Roads Board....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/06/10
Transportation Professional March 2009

UKRLG: Speaking to and for UK government on transportation The UK Roads Liaison Group does exactly what its title suggests, bringing together national and local government from around the UK to consider roads infrastructure engineering and operation, and to disseminate best practice. It was established in 2001 and...

Transportation Professional - news article 31/03/09
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