safety

Traffex 2019: Trading Floor announcements add to the buzz

25/03/2019

An announcement about two innovative open source safety solutions for roadworks zones on dual carriageways will launch a new feature of Traffex 2019.

SMART Highways editor explains smart motorways on BBC radio

16/12/2018

SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton has explained some of the technology behind all lane running smart motorways on a BBC Radio Five Live programme examining their safety.

'Virtual Eyes' analyse trust in driverless vehicles

28/08/2018

Jaguar Land Rover has fitted 'virtual eyes' to intelligent pods in an attempt to understand how humans will trust self-driving vehicles, as research suggests three-fifths of pedestrians worry about how safe it will be to cross the road in the future.

Get off the phone! Norfolk signs warn drivers

11/07/2018

Norfolk has become the first place in UK to trial new technology to warn drivers not to use mobile phones, the county council has said.

Rennicks launches new safety product range

22/06/2018

Rennicks has announced plans to launch three new products centred around road safety at the upcoming Traffex Seeing Is Believing event.

The Stig talks driverless cars in this week’s Talking Transport

20/06/2018

You may not have heard him before, but you’ll probably have seen him – The Stig from Top Gear. Well one of those drivers from the Clarkson/May/Hammond era of the programme joins us on Talking Transport as Ben Collins discusses driverless cars.

The future, connectivity and exhibitor profiles on Detroit podcast today

07/06/2018

The final 3M-sponsored Talking Transport podcast from ITS America’s Annual Meeting 2018 in Detroit is now online with plenty of thought leadership, a connected vehicle demonstration, innovation from two continents and no fewer than seven exhibitors.

Supporting start-ups, safety and new initiatives - Talking Transport from Detroit

06/06/2018

The second podcast from the ITS America Annual Meeting 2018 in Detroit, sponsored by 3M Connected Roads, concentrates on initiatives to help new ideas get support in order to make a difference to the way we travel.

Safety the main feature of Tuesday’s Talking Transport from Detroit

05/06/2018

The first Talking Transport podcast from the ITS America Annual Meeting in Detroit, sponsored by 3M Connected Roads, is online with the focus on safety.

Half of drivers think speeding acceptable

24/04/2018

A new survey suggests that 20 million drivers in the UK believe it is acceptable to break the speed limit, with half of them admitting they don’t even realise they are doing

Coroner calls for "urgent review" of London's cycle superhighways

14/03/2017

A coroner has called on Transport for London to urgently review its cycle superhighways to identify areas of reduced grip, stating "there is a risk of future deaths" unless action is taken.

Scale of roadside litter problem revealed

28/02/2017

New statistics from Highways England have revealed that an average 83 bags of litter are collected on each mile of motorway every year.

Speed cameras to support roadworker safety near Aberdeen

20/02/2017

Average speed cameras are to be installed on the A90 at Stonehaven in an attempt to improve safety for construction workers and road users.

New weather sensor for "harsh roadside environment"

02/02/2017

Meteorological equipment specialists Biral, has launched a new Road Weather Sensor (RWS-20) to monitor visibility and obstruction to vision for road transport applications.

M25 gritter fleet named

21/12/2016

Connect Plus Services, which operates the M25 road network on behalf of Highways England, has named its gritter fleet after asking its customers and schools to come up with ideas.

SIB 2016: Ladyman's keynote address congratulates industry

09/11/2016

The former Transport Minister, Dr Stephen Ladyman, has opened this year's Highways SIB (Seeing is Believing) event by praising the industry for its thought and skill in keeping traffic on the roads moving.

Scottish road accident statistics released

20/10/2016

Final statistics for 2015 confirm that 168 people were killed in reported road accidents in Scotland in 2015, 17 per cent less than in 2014.

New campaign to improve cyclists’ safety

28/09/2016

Cyclists in London and Manchester are being encouraged to ‘hang back’ from lorries in a safety campaign launched by the Department for Transport (DfT).

London's North-South Cycle Highway to King's Cross approved

01/09/2016

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and Transport for London (TfL) have confirmed they intend to go ahead with the North-South Cycle Superhighway to King’s Cross, after plans were supported by 70% of respondents to its consultation.

Buckinghamshire launches respect campaign

01/09/2016

Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) is launching its Respect our Workforce campaign, amid what it calls increasing concerns about abuse directed at its employees by some road users.

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