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RSMA offers alternative to street clutter

03/06/2013

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) says that street clutter could easily be cut down if new marking technology is introduced. 

Lee calls for shakeup in highways procurement procedures

25/06/2013

George Lee, national director of the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA), has called on the Government to carry out a comprehensive review and reorganisation of procurement procedures in the highways sector.

RSMA announce partnership with KDO Software

26/09/2013

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has established a software partnership with KDO Software.

RSMA conference gets underway

13/11/2013

Road Marking 2013, the annual conference of the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA), gets underway in Nottingham today (Wednesday 13 November).

Almost half of road markings in Scotland need replacing

06/03/2014

Forty three per cent of markings in Scotland should be replaced immediately or need to be scheduled for replacement, according to a report released by the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA).

Half of road markings in England need replacing

13/03/2014

Half of all road markings on England’s highways are so worn that they need replacing immediately or need to be scheduled for replacement, according to a survey of nearly 4,000km of the country’s roads.

“Chaotic” roads could stall driverless cars

30/07/2014

Poorly maintained road markings and traffic signs could hamper the introduction of driverless cars on the UK’s road network.  

See self-driving cars in action at Seeing is Believing

14/10/2014

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) and Thatcham will demonstrate self-driving cars at this year’s Seeing is Believing.

RSMA report critical of motorway service stations

13/08/2015

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has assessed the external layout of 85 motorway service areas – with many scoring badly.

ERF and RSMA to host first European Road Infrastructure Congress

17/11/2015

The European Union Road Federation (ERF), in partnership with the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA), will host the first European Road Infrastructure Congress in Leeds next year.

RSMA chief joins editorial board

19/11/2015

The chief executive of the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) – George Lee – has joined the Highways Magazine editorial board.

RSMA hits out over plans to remove road markings

03/02/2016

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has hit back over claims that removing markings from busy roads has the effect of slowing motorists down.

Event aims to bridge the gap between strategic and local roads

05/05/2016

An event that aims to bridge the gap between national and local roads will take place at the London Transport Museum on 23 June.

Roads sector welcomes Grayling appointment

20/07/2016

The appointment of Chris Grayling as the government’s new Transport Secretary has been welcomed by the highways sector.

Programme confirmed for ERIC event

21/09/2016

The full programme has been confirmed for this year’s European Road Infrastructure Congress (ERIC), which runs from 18th to 20th October in Leeds.

RSMA bets on McInroy to follow Lee’s lead

09/03/2018

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has announced the appointment of Stu McInroy as its new CEO from next week.

New RSMA chief talkin’ bout an evolution

14/05/2018

The new chief executive of the Road Safety Markings Association has told Highways about his plans to change the organisation for the better while building on the strong foundations left by his predecessor.

New report considers safety implications of driverless cars

21/06/2018

A new report has examined the relationship between road infrastructure and safety for conventional and increasingly autonomous vehicles and provides a framework for infrastructure safety investment.

RSMA appoints new HSE lead

22/06/2018

The RSMA has announced the appointment of Stuart Caroline as its health, safety and environmental (HSE) and assessment manager.

RSMA plans first road trial for a decade in 2019

27/11/2018

Momentum is gathering behind a Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) initiative to facilitate its first UK road trial for 10 years; however time is tight to meet a planned July 2019 start date.

RSMA award winners revealed

29/11/2018

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) annual awards ceremony this November recognised outstanding achievements across a range of areas. Here’s a full list of the winners:

First woman in 20 years completes RSMA apprenticeship

25/01/2019

WJ Group's Jordelle Henriques is the first woman to complete the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) apprenticeship.

Road trials put to extra tests before 2020 start

25/02/2019

The first UK road trial of line marking products and studs in over a decade will now take place in July 2020, in order to provide a more 'robust' timescale for the complex project.

RSMA conference line-up revealed

09/09/2019

The Road Safety Markings Association Annual Conference will take place on 21 November at the Radisson Blu Hotel, East Midlands Airport.

RSMA: Blazing a careful trail

19/11/2019

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) conference on 21 November will be a time of celebration and reflection. A central issue on the agenda is men’s health.

RSMA awards hit the mark

27/11/2019

The 2019 Road Safety Marking Association (RSMA) Awards have celebrated the road marking industry’s work to promote health, safety and wellbeing, sustainability and innovation

RSMA to lobby for tougher driver licensing in construction

28/11/2019

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has called for stricter regulations about driving licences in the construction industry.

Aldridge leaves his mark as RSMA chairman

28/11/2019

Having completed his three-year tenure as chairman, Paul Aldridge moves to the role of Vice-Chairman for the next two years. He is replaced by industry stalwart Steve Scott of Wilson & Scott.

We need to look at changing specs, sustainability chief warns

29/11/2019

The head of sustainable engineering and climate adaption at Transport Scotland has said it is time to consider changing specifications in road markings and highways materials to tackle climate change.

ROSPA warns of acute safety issue over older drivers

29/11/2019

Safety issues around older drivers have become increasingly critical, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) has warned.

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