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National roads review to begin later this year

The Government’s promised review of its national roads strategy will begin later this year and is scheduled to be completed no later than spring 2023.

British road signs star in New York exhibition

The distinctive iconography of British road signs will be featured as part of an exhibition at the world-famous Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York this summer.

Harris corrects evidence to Transport Select Committee

Highways England’s acting chief executive has had to write to the MPs to correct his evidence about the time it takes for a stationary vehicle on a smart motorway to be spotted.

Highways England may have to reverse bridge infill

Highways England has been told that it will need to apply for planning permission for controversial works it has carried out to infill a bridge in Cumbria if it intends the work to be permanent.

WFH ‘gives chance to think differently’

A sub-national transport body has said the legacy of COVID-19 could transform capacity on the roads in its region, removing around one in nine peak hour vehicles.

Transport body ready to ‘think differently’ due to remote working

A sub-national transport body has said the legacy of COVID-19 could transform capacity on the roads in its region, removing around one in nine peak hour vehicles.

Transport Scotland looks to more commercial future for EV charging

Transport Scotland and the Scottish Futures Trust have published a new report on expanding its public electric vehicle charging infrastructure, calling for a more commercial landscape with greater private sector input.

Multevo aces the test in Shropshire

Kier and Shropshire Council have appointed Multevo to tackle potholes in the country following a series of trials.

Greenwich borrows to invest in LED switch

The Royal Borough of Greenwich has awarded FM Conway a six-year contract to provide street lighting and maintenance services, including replacing around 20,000 street and park lights with LED lanterns.

Smart motorway probe delayed while DfT stalls on reports

A parliamentary inquiry into controversial smart motorways has been held up as key evidence is held up with the Department for Transport.