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Welcome to the December 2014 UKRLG newsletter

Firstly, have a good Christmas and New Year and a most enjoyable and restful time.

Update following the webinar on Codes of Practice Review

Webinar web imageMany thanks to all those who participated in the webinar on Tuesday 9th December, which covered the review of the Codes of Practice for highways, structures and lighting.  For those who were unable to join on the day, or would like to review the material again, please see below for links to:

  • A recording of the webinar, including the Question & Answer session – click here.
  • A copy of the slides that were presented – click here.
  • A brief online survey covering the questions raised in the webinar – click here
The survey will be open until Friday 9th January, and following this a summary of the results will be provided.  
If you have any questions or comments, or encounter any issues with accessing the links, please let the project team know via the dedicated email address: codesofpractice@atkinsglobal.com.
If you would like to express an interest in attending the workshops planned for early 2015, please also let the team know via the same email address.  Please note that due to venue constraints, we cannot guarantee places for all respondents.
Transportation Professional articles

Latest articles in Transportation Professional:

....next edition January 2015 due out early next year...for past editions please see below.

Work has begun to review guidance in the UK Roads Liaison Group (UKRLG) Codes of Practice that provide advice on lighting, structures and highway maintenance for local highway authorities.

Transportation Professional October 2014

Asset management gets a boost from accounting change. Accounting changes in 2016/17 are set to drive progress towards better asset management. They will also see a more accurate and increased financial value placed on local transport assets.

Transportation Professional July/August 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 May 2014


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