ADEPT

ADEPT calls for support for ‘Highways Heroes’

25/03/2020

Council directors body ADEPT has emphasized the important role of local authority highways key workers during the current COVID-19 lockdown.

ADEPT sees progress on the long road to a sector deal

10/12/2019

Attempts to address the challenges and grasp the opportunities of a sector deal for highways are continuing to gain momentum, place directors have said.

Analysis: Draining the danger

20/11/2019

Alys Bishop, deputy chair of the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport’s (ADEPT) Flood and Water Management Group, raises a timely discussion on tackling flooding and drainage.

Taking an active approach to travel planning

20/09/2019

Mark Kemp, chair of ADEPT’s Transport and Connectivity Board, shares his views on enabling the shift to active travel.

Networks run the world: ADEPT puts traffic management in control

22/08/2019

The inaugural National Traffic Managers' Conference from council directors' body ADEPT is taking place on 3 October this year at Welford Road Stadium, home of the Leicester Tigers. Just as wider social, economic and technological changes play into their hands, ADEPT is leading traffic management out of the wings to take centre stage.

ADEPT’s £22.9m Live Labs programme launched

30/05/2019

Eight local authority-led projects to develop and test prototypes and applications in highways across smart materials, communications, energy and mobility have been launched.

Gibson tells industry: ‘Watch this place’

04/04/2019

At the opening session of Traffex, Neil Gibson of council directors’ body ADEPT made a convincing case that the strategic road network could be about to be upstaged.

Comment: Cheques and balances – why we need proper funding for bridge inspections

07/01/2019

Following the RAC Foundation and ADEPT's annual bridge maintenance survey, Kevin Dentith, chair of the ADEPT Bridges Group, discusses the importance of bridge management and how local authorities can use capital funding for key high-level inspections.

Bridge maintenance backlog hits almost £7bn

07/01/2019

The one-off cost of clearing the total maintenance backlog for council-managed road bridges in Great Britain has hit £6.7bn, according to the annual RAC Foundation and ADEPT survey.

ADEPT Conference: Making ADEPT adapt

02/01/2019

The 2018 ADEPT conference took place late last year under the theme Shaping Places for Thriving Communities with top speakers from the heart of government, including roads minister Jesse Norman.

Transport bodies criticise 'perverse' local roads funding gap

09/10/2018

A coalition of transport bodies has warned that without adequate and stable funding the maintenance backlog on local roads will pass to future generations.

Traffex SiB second day podcast now online

28/06/2018

In a busy second podcast from Traffex Seeing is Believing, SMART Highways Paul Hutton editor talks innovation, investment and international.

Integrate data work to help councils, ADEPT tells STBs

27/06/2018

The president of council directors’ body ADEPT has revealed plans to support local government data initiatives in partnership with industry and the Department for Transport.

ADEPT hails DfT funding as step towards smart highway live labs

27/03/2018

Council directors have set out how they will use a £30,000 government grant to help achieve a ‘step change’ in the performance of the local road network through the use of smart infrastructure.

Through the bad times and the good

13/03/2018

Neil Gibson, first vice president of council directors’ body ADEPT gives his views on what makes successful partnerships between local authorities and suppliers.

Britain’s bridges feeling the strain

18/11/2015

Almost 2,400 council-maintained road bridges in Great Britain are sub-standard, according to RAC research.

Editorial Board

05/02/2014

Highways Magazine has launched an editorial advisory board.

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