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CIHT calls for Government action over roads

28/05/2013

The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) has called on the Government to make sure that the maintenance of the local road network is sufficiently funded during next month’s comprehensive spending review.

CIHT names new president

21/06/2013

Sheila Holden has been appointed as the first female president of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT).

Steve Rowsell appointed new president of CIHT

17/06/2016

Steve Roswell is the new president of the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) for 2016/17.  

Young people on the road to a career in highways

03/11/2016

A trial scheme aimed at providing young people with the skills to launch a highways career has proved so successful that it will be rolled out further next year.

CIHT conference to focus on change, innovation – and people

27/02/2018

Attendees at the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) Annual Conference 2018 next week will hear from a range of high profile speakers how the future highways sector will develop in the face of funding shortfalls and new technology.

The strategy behind the strategic road network: Elliot Shaw Q and A

16/03/2018

At this year’s annual conference of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation, Highways England’s executive director for strategy and planning, Elliot Shaw, gave a star turn. Dominic Browne caught up with him afterwards for a Q and A on some of the key issues he is facing.

£20k research grants up for grabs from CIHT

05/07/2018

A leading professional body is making research grants available for those looking into current transportation challenges and opportunities, as well as launching a competition for young engineers.

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.

CIHT launches Partnerships Network

12/04/2019

Leading professional body the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) launched its Partnerships Network at Traffex, marking a potential step change in how the sector collaborates and shares knowledge.

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