With a new Infrastructure Bill set to assist a new wave of planning reform and investment in our roads, Phil Adams looks at some smart solutions to age-old highway issues

Local authorities can benefit from taking a long-term approach to managing road repairs. The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) presents two case studies showing how it can be done

A well thought through green fleet policy will not only tick all the right boxes in terms of corporate social responsibility but also deliver significant savings to overall operating costs. But where to start? Roddy Graham, chairman of the ICFM, shares some best practice advice

Although suffering from a perceived lack of political support, Intelligent Transport Systems have a proven track record in easing congestion and reducing accidents, reports the IRF

With the implementation date for Euro 6 set for January 2014, this year’s CV Show is well time for manufacturers to present their latest products and innovations – and several exhibitors are taking advantage with important industry launches

Now in its 26th year, the International traffic management, road safety, parking, ITS and highway maintenance exhibition – Traffex – will return to the NEC in Birmingham from 16th–18th April with ground-breaking new features, brand new discussions and over 350 exhibitors

Although usage-based insurance (UBI) is not yet widely available – or even widely known – it is currently being widely researched and tested by insurance carriers. UBI comes with real costs, and the technology and business models are still developing, so early adopters need to focus their investments

After boundaries have been set and indicative budgets revealed, by December this year, Local Transport Bodies must set out their proposals for governance and financial management.

With 54,909 responses across the country, the government’s consultation on high speed rail was one of the largest ever undertaken by the Department for Transport.

In the past, the public sector has been reluctant to consider outsourcing their fleet finance or management. But times are changing, finds Toby Poston from the BVRLA

The recession hit the UK van, truck and trailer market hard. We look at what’s in store for 2010 and beyond

Event Diary

The Emergency Services Show has developed over the past decade to offer emergency workers a great place to network and learn.

World of Learning will feature even more opportunities to discover the latest in learning and development (L&D) with over 100 exhibitors, The Technology Test Drive, Learning Design Live, live workshops, one-to-one consultations, free seminars and its renowned annual conference.