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Key highways contractor body folds

03/03/2020

Highways Term Maintenance Association, one of the largest and most significant trade bodies representing highways contractors, has announced it will be wound up.

Taking the high road

27/09/2019

George Lee, Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) chief executive and senior consultant with Blue Symmetry Consulting, is taking the highways community to a higher level, literally, as he heads off to Nepal once again, this time to climb Mera Peak.

HTMA to release 'road space utilisation tool'

12/07/2019

The UK's top highway contractors association is set to launch a 'road space utilisation tool' to help develop the sector's understanding of the risk and reward around closing roads for lane working.

Collaboration - A Partnership value

12/04/2019

Organisations able to keep up with changes in the industry will be the ones who thrive, George Lee, of Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) told Traffex 2019 delegates.

Drivers 'wilfully ignoring safety advice' at roadworks

31/01/2019

Key industry figures have called for drivers to modify their behaviour after a majority admitted to driving in ways that put roadworkers at risk.

Hammond's £420m for local roads 'should be a first step'

02/11/2018

Two key figures in the highway maintenance industry have said the Budget announcement of a £420m cash boost for councils should lead to a significant long-term increase in funding for local roads.

New HTMA event seeks to innovate, develop and evolve

18/09/2018

Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) is establishing a series of events looking at innovation across the highways sector, beginning with an event next month on The Asset Evolution.

Change at the top for HTMA

19/07/2018

Lee Rushbrooke has stepped down as chairman of the Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) and handed over to the former vice chairman Peter McDermott.

HTMA launches Comprehensive Spending Review engagement initiative

19/07/2018

The Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) has launched a major engagement initiative in advance of the Government's next Comprehensive Spending Review, which is expected to start in November.

LGA warns 2017 could be ‘tipping point’ year for potholes

09/01/2017

Local authorities have warned that 2017 could represent a tipping point for potholes with new analysis showing the repair bill could reach £14 billion within two years. 

New chairman of HTMA announced

12/12/2016

The Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) has announced the appointment of Lee Rushbrooke as its new chairman.

HTMA in road worker safety plea

09/12/2016

The executive director of the Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) has called on the sector to do more to improve road worker safety.

IHE CEO: Councils must be better prepared

06/12/2016

The chief executive of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) says local authorities are ill prepared when it comes to dealing with crisis situations.

Industry reacts to Autumn Statement

24/11/2016

The industry has given its reaction to Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement.

Ingenious road worker safety initiatives to showcase at Highways SIB next week

03/11/2016

Visitors to next week’s Highways SIB (Seeing is Believing) will receive not just first-hand, but an interactive, experience of various new products designed to ensure operatives and engineers keeping our road network maintained are kept safe themselves – a basic right when going to work.

HTMA: Report all incidents of road worker abuse

27/07/2016

The Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) has called on the highways sector to collate and report all incidents of road worker abuse.

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.

HTMA to debate road worker safety at SIB

12/05/2016

The Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) will lead a debate around road worker safety at this year’s Highways SIB (Seeing is Believing).

HTMA executive director awarded OBE

06/01/2016

The executive director of the Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) – Geoff Allister – has been awarded an OBE in the New Year's honours list.

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