National Highways

Former Facebook boss joins National Highways

24/06/2022

Former Facebook director Diego Oliva has been appointed as a non-executive director of National Highways.

Council ruling 'draws line' on historic bridges debacle

17/06/2022

National Highways has been told to reverse highly controversial works to infill a bridge in Cumbria, which it carried out under emergency powers.

Kelly and Bell lead Queen's Birthday Honours

07/06/2022

The top civil servant at the Department for Transport (DfT) heads the list of transport figures recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

National Highways launches new asset management strategy

20/05/2022

National Highways has launched an updated asset management policy designed to create a 'single approach' for England's strategic roads operator and its supply chain.

First A47 improvement opens

17/05/2022

The first in a series of major improvements to the A47 in the East of England has officially opened.

'Missing' Junction 2 on M55 comes into view

17/05/2022

National Highways has released new aerial pictures showing the ‘missing’ Junction 2 currently being built along the M55.

WSP secures £2.2m deal to advise National Highways on net zero plans

20/04/2022

WSP has won a £2.2m contract to advise National Highways for the next two years on the delivery of its net zero commitments.

Another day in highways: Making a grand entrance on a 200-tonne crane

04/04/2022

National Highways has released a video showing the ‘grand entrance’ of the new footbridge over the A63 Castle Street in Hull as it was lifted into place with a 200-tonne crane.

National Highways to unveil CAP plant scoring system

22/03/2022

Next week National Highways will be unveiling a new industry-wide scoring system for Connected and Autonomous Plant to construction bosses.

Lower Thames Crossing facing carbon questions

18/03/2022

National Highways is facing pressure over the climate impact of building the Lower Thames Crossing after it made a so-far unsubstantiated claim to have already cut construction carbon on the scheme by ‘over a third’.

Bird’s eye view highlights M6 junction progress

17/03/2022

National Highways has released new images of its ‘transformation’ of Junction 10 of the M6 to highlight the progress being made and the scale of the work involved.

£1.3bn SRN resurfacing work up for grabs

15/03/2022

National Highways is seeking bidders for a Pavement Delivery Framework valued at £1.3bn over five years.

£60m A11 refurbishment to start after Easter

04/03/2022

National Highways will begin work next month on a multi-million-pound surface upgrade to the A11, as a part of its nationwide drive to ‘revitalise’ concrete roads.

Consultation modifies bypass improvements

24/02/2022

National Highways has unveiled its preferred route for a £500m scheme to dual a section of the A46 trade corridor connecting the M5 with Humber Ports.

We need electric vehicles to solve illegal pollution, National Highways says

22/02/2022

National Highways has offered no firm solution to illegal levels of air pollution on the national network at as many 17 sites, suggesting only the take-up of cleaner vehicles can bring air quality within legally binding limits.

The long read: Road marking research - the bad, the good and the controversial

22/02/2022

The first large scale study of how modern road markings react with typical road surfaces has thrown up some bad news, some good news and some controversial issues.

Red alert: Eunice closes bridges and roads

18/02/2022

National Highways closed major bridges and a number of roads on the strategic network on Friday morning, while the RAC warned drivers against making unnecessary journeys.

Crooked (no more) Billet: National Highways completes £6.4m upgrade

11/02/2022

National Highways has completed the £6.4m upgrade to the A30 Crooked Billet roundabout near Staines-upon-Thames.

Only half of road closures on the SRN notified correctly

09/02/2022

All National Highways regions are currently performing ‘well below’ its target level for the accuracy and timeliness of notifications of overnight road closures, according to its monitor.

New fuel price signs cleared for roll-out

03/02/2022

National Highways has given the UK’s largest motorway services operator permission to display new digital price signs on motorways, offering cheaper fuel as the cost of living crisis worsens.

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Highways jobs

Group Leader Highway Development Control - NPPP

£43,570 to £49,705
The Highway Development Control Group’s work is integral to the future development of Torfaen. Torfaen (Tor-faen)
Recruiter: Torfaen County Borough Council

Group Leader Highway Development Control

£43,570- £49,705
An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Environment and Technical Division, NSPPP for a Highway Development Control Officer. Torfaen (Tor-faen)
Recruiter: Torfaen County Borough Council

Organisational Development and Workforce Training Partner

£34,373 - £35,336
We have a fantastic opportunity for a skilled individual with a passion for learning and organisational development to work as a Training Partner. Cumbria
Recruiter: Cumbria County Council

Highways Road Worker

£21,269- £24,920
An exciting opportunity for a Highways Road Worker has arose based at Taylors Lane, Oldbury. Sandwell, West Midlands
Recruiter: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Highways Ganger

£25,419-£30,095
An exciting opportunity for a Highways Gang Leader has arose based at Taylors Lane, Oldbury. Sandwell, West Midlands
Recruiter: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Street Lighting Ganger

£25,419 - £30,095
An exciting opportunity for a Street Lighting Ganger has arose based at Taylors Lane, Oldbury. Sandwell, West Midlands
Recruiter: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Project Manager

£32,798 to £38,553
The post holder will be required to undertake all project management duties necessary to deliver those essential activities. Torfaen (Tor-faen)
Recruiter: Torfaen County Borough Council

Parking Team Leader

£28,226 - £29,174
We have an opportunity for a Parking Team Leader to join our team in West Cumbria. Cumbria
Recruiter: Cumbria County Council

Recycling Monitoring Officer

£27,009 - £31,155
Turn your environmental passion into practical action. Kensington and Chelsea, London (Greater)
Recruiter: The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Council

Engineer (Highways)

£37,491 - £44,598
To provide operational delivery of a range of specialist professional and technical services for the Highways Group. Tower Hamlets, London (Greater)
Recruiter: Tower Hamlets London Borough Council

Senior Engineer (Assets and Design) – Assets

£36,371 - £38,553
We are seeking to recruit a Senior Engineer (Asset and Design) to join our Highway Asset and Design team. Aberaeron, Ceredigion (Sir Ceredigion)
Recruiter: Ceredigion County Council

Assistant Director of Highways and Engineering

to £85,239
Imagine a diverse town full of contrasts, a strong identity and residents who are proud to call it home. Bolton, Greater Manchester
Recruiter: Bolton Council

Assistant Engineer (Assets and Design)

£25,419 - £30,984
We are seeking to recruit an Assistant Engineer (Asset and Design) to join our Highway Asset and Design team. Aberaeron, Ceredigion (Sir Ceredigion)
Recruiter: Ceredigion County Council

Senior Engineer (Assets and Design) – Structures

£36,371 - £38,553
We are seeking to recruit a Chartered Structural Engineer to join our Highway Asset and Design team on a permanent, full-time basis. Aberaeron, Ceredigion (Sir Ceredigion)
Recruiter: Ceredigion County Council

Senior Engineer (Highways Development Control)

£36,371 - £38,553
We are looking to recruit a highly-motivated, creative and innovative and suitably qualified or experienced Senior Engineer. Aberaeron, Ceredigion (Sir Ceredigion)
Recruiter: Ceredigion County Council

Transport Strategy Officers

£33702 - £35432 per annum + generous pension, agile working + more
The Transport Strategy team at Buckinghamshire council is recruiting to 4 exciting new roles, focusing on our priorities to encourage people to travel England, Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury
Recruiter: Buckinghamshire Council

Specialist Heavy Plant Operator

£22,571 - £24,920
This new opportunity/position is to work within both the Northumberland County Council SE Maintenance. Northumberland
Recruiter: Northumberland County Council

Network Coordination Assistant

£19,650 - £20,043
This is an exciting opportunity to work in the Network Management team within the Highways service. Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Recruiter: Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council

Development and Flood Risk Officer

£28,373
Essex is committed to enabling inclusive economic growth. Essex (Anywhere Worker)
Recruiter: Essex County Council

Waste Management Operative

£20,468
Leicestershire County Councils, Contracts and Haulage Team are looking to recruit a Waste Management Operator to join the team. Leicestershire
Recruiter: Leicestershire County Council

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