tfl

Article

Firms wanted for £1.8bn London road repairs

13/10/2011

Transport for London has started the hunt for firms to handle highways maintenance across the capital.

£300m flyover repair deals up for grabs

30/05/2012

Transport for London has started the hunt for framework contractors for a deal worth up to the £300m to strengthen bridges and flyovers across the capital.

Bridge repair deals worth £200m in London

14/01/2013

Transport for London will name up to six winning contractors in March for £200m worth of repair work to its network of bridges,flyovers and tunnels.

Five in frame for £200m TFL tunnels and bridge work

10/03/2013

Transport for London has shortlisted Balfour Beatty, BAM Nuttall, Costain, Hochtief and Skanska for a major programme of bridge and tunnel strengthening in the capital.

TfL highways deal up for grabs

27/03/2013

Transport for London has unveiled plans to call bids for a series of professional services frameworks worth a total of £70m a year.

London Mayor praises lane rental scheme

30/04/2013

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has praised London's lane rental scheme after roadworks disruption was cut by more than a third at traffic hotspots in the capital.

‘Dutch-style’ roundabouts could be seen in London

02/05/2013

New ‘Dutch-style’ roundabouts and low-level cycle signals could be introduced in London as early as next year. 

London Mayor wants reduction in road casualties

07/06/2013

A new road safety plan called ‘Safe Streets for London’ is targeting a 40% reduction in the number of people killed and seriously injured on the capital’s roads by 2020.

TfL develops new framework agreements

11/06/2013

Highway engineering will form part of a new set of six framework agreements that are being developed by Transport for London (TfL).

Work to begin on London’s Cycle Superhighway 5

12/06/2013

Transport for London (TfL) is set to start work on the next phase of its Cycle Superhighway programme this month.

Documentary series shows London’s roads in action

19/06/2013

A behind the scenes documentary that features the people who keep London’s transport network flowing aired for the first time on BBC2 this week.

BAM Nuttall awarded place on TfL’s portfolio

22/07/2013

BAM Nuttall has been awarded one of four positions on Transport for London’s structures and tunnels investment portfolio.

Cyclist awareness training for HGV drivers

25/07/2013

HGV drivers will be taught safer driving skills through courses run by FM Conway’s London Highways Academy of Excellence.

Cycling event will see roads closed in London

31/07/2013

London's transport commissioner Sir Peter Hendy has warned Londoners to plan ahead in an effort to avoid road disruption during this weekend’s cycling festival.

MVIS helps keep traffic moving during UK’s largest cycling festival

06/08/2013

Variable message signs supplied by Mobile Visual Information Systems (MVIS) helped to keep London’s traffic network flowing during the UK’s largest cycling festival.

TfL and policing partners aim to improve cycle safety in the capital

21/08/2013

The enforcement of advanced stop lines is being stepped up in an effort to improve safety for cyclists on London’s roads.

TfL consults over increase to Stop and Shop parking time

21/08/2013

Transport for London (TfL) is consulting Londoners on a proposal to increase parking time from 20 to 30 minutes at 600 Stop and Shop parking bays across the capital.

Measures to improve cycle safety in London

04/09/2013

The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced a series of measures designed to improve cycle safety in London.

TfL invests in street lighting

02/12/2013

Transport for London (TfL) is making a huge investment in street lighting that will lead to a 40% reduction in energy use.

Cyclists stage “die-in” protest in London

02/12/2013

Around 1,000 cyclists staged a “die-in” protest outside Transport for London’s headquarters on Friday (29 November) in an effort to raise awareness of cycling safety in the capital.

TfL sets out transport investment plans

05/12/2013

Transport for London (TfL) will continue to invest in roads in an effort to support jobs and growth in the capital.

Cycle-level lights to be installed in London

16/12/2013

New low-level traffic lights designed for cyclists have been authorised for use following safety trials.

Transport for London invests in lighting technology

16/01/2014

Harvard Engineering has secured a contract with Transport for London (TfL) to install a wireless monitoring and control system for street lighting across the capital’s busiest roads.

TfL invests £17m in cycle safety

27/01/2014

Transport for London (TfL) is investing more than £17 million to help improve cycle safety across the capital.

TfL to ban unsafe lorries from London’s roads

04/02/2014

Transport for London (TfL) has set out plans to make lorries safer for cyclists.

Editorial Board

05/02/2014

Highways Magazine has launched an editorial advisory board.

£300m to be spent on improving 33 London junctions

27/02/2014

A £300 million programme of investment will see 33 of London’s most notorious road junctions upgraded to make them safer and less threatening for cyclists and pedestrians.

£4bn to be spent on transforming London’s roads

04/03/2014

The largest investment in London’s road and street network will see £4 billion spent on transforming the capital.

TfL to carry out world’s first trial of “intelligent” pedestrian crossing

07/03/2014

New pedestrian technology that is designed to make crossing the road easier and safer is set to be trialled for the first time ever by Transport for London (TfL).

Chiswick Bridge restoration set to begin

02/04/2014

Work to strengthen and refurbish the Grade II listed Chiswick Bridge will be carried out by Transport for London (TfL).

HGV blind spot technology to be tested

24/04/2014

Blind spot safety technology that can be fitted to heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) will be independently tested by TRL (Transport Research Laboratory).  

London could get £30bn underground ring road

13/05/2014

A 22-mile-long underground ring road could be built in central London.

Virgin Media and contractor McNicholas fined for unsafe working practices

03/06/2014

Virgin Media and contractor McNicholas have been fined for unsafe working practices that caused danger and delays to London’s road users.

Transport Commissioner welcomes road safety culture

24/06/2014

London’s Transport Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy CBE has praised a programme designed to ensure that a road safety culture is embedded across the construction industry.

Essential works to take place at Hogarth Flyover

10/07/2014

Essential road improvement works to Hogarth Flyover in London will take place this summer.

TfL unveils cycle superhighway plans

10/07/2014

Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled plans for the capital’s first segregated cycle superhighway.

Major upgrade for London’s traffic signals

21/07/2014

London’s 6,000 traffic signals will be upgraded after Transport for London (TfL) awarded new maintenance contracts worth around £317 million for up to eight years.

Dangerous lorries could be banned from London

30/07/2014

Dangerous lorries on the capital’s streets could be banned from next year after Transport for London (TfL) launched a new consultation.

Dana Skelley to speak at Excellence Awards

17/09/2014

Transport for London’s (TfL) director of roads will speak at this year’s Highways Magazine Excellence Awards.

RedSpeed to supply speed and safety cameras to TfL

22/09/2014

RedSpeed International has won a contract to supply around 600 speed and red light safety cameras to Transport for London (TfL).

Siemens wins contract for supply of speed cameras to TfL

30/09/2014

Transport for London (TfL) has awarded Siemens a contract to replace existing speed cameras on selected routes in the capital with new digital average speed enforcement systems.

Work on £750m Silvertown tunnel could start in 2017

14/10/2014

A new £750 million tunnel could be built under the Thames in East London.

FORS wins road safety award

16/10/2014

Transport for London's (TfL) Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) has been awarded a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award.

TfL starts work on Upper Holloway road bridge

17/10/2014

Work to replace the Upper Holloway road bridge on the A1 Holloway Road in London has started.

TfL trials Qvision technology

27/10/2014

Transport for London (TfL) is trialling Qvision Technology’s animated jam cams technology at the Blackwall Tunnel.

Archway gyratory could be given a facelift

03/11/2014

Archway gyratory in London could be given a radical new look – including segregated cycle routes and additional public space – under plans unveiled by the Mayor and Transport for London (TfL).

New walls to be installed at Fore Street Tunnel

18/11/2014

Major maintenance works will be carried out to the Fore Street Tunnel this weekend (21-24 November) as part of Transport for London (TfL)’s £4 billion Road Modernisation Plan.

Siemens awarded traffic detection contract in London

12/01/2015

Siemens will monitor the capital’s traffic after being awarded a five-year contract by Transport for London (TfL).

“Crossrail for the Bike” on the way to London

28/01/2015

Construction of Europe’s longest substantially-segregated urban cycleways in London will soon get underway, subject to plans being approved by the Transport for London (TfL) board.

Cycle superhighways given green light

04/02/2015

Transport for London’s (TfL) board has approved plans for the construction of four new cycle superhighways.

Unsafe lorries will be banned from London’s roads

09/02/2015

Lorries without safety equipment will be banned from London’s roads in an effort to protect cyclists and pedestrians.

TfL to rollout 20mph speed limits

16/03/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has outlined eight new sites for potential 20mph speed limits.

TfL’s £4bn road modernisation programme starts

25/03/2015

Transport for London (TfL) is taking a ‘Games-style’ approach to managing traffic as its £4 billion road modernisation programme gets underway.

Work to overhaul Elephant & Castle roundabout starts

10/04/2015

A £25 million project to overhaul Elephant & Castle northern roundabout in London is now underway.

TfL working with freight industry to retime deliveries

29/04/2015

Transport for London (TfL) is working in partnership with the freight industry to change how deliveries are made and keep the capital’s roads flowing.

TfL gives details for £4bn Roads Modernisation Plan

13/05/2015

Transport for London has released details of hundreds of projects which it's undertaking as part of its Roads Modernisation Plan.

TfL completes road improvements at Malden Rushett

29/05/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has completed major road improvements at Malden Rushett, Kingston.

Cycle detection trials get underway

05/06/2015

Transport for London has begun trials of new technology to detect the volumes of cyclists at traffic signals.

Target set to halve road casualties in London by 2020

09/06/2015

The Mayor of London wants to halve the number of people killed and seriously injured (KSI) on the capital’s roads by 2020 compared to the government base line.

New Cycle Superhighway for London

10/06/2015

Work on London’s biggest “cycle-friendly zone” will start next month.

Hammersmith Flyover refurbishment enters final phase

02/07/2015

Major strengthening of the Hammersmith Flyover in west London has entered its final phase.

Court issues £17,000 fine for roadworks safety breaches

04/08/2015

UK Power Networks has been fined more than £17,000 for roadworks safety breaches.

New junction designed to protect cyclists

26/08/2015

A new junction designed to avoid cyclists being hit by left-turning traffic has been unveiled in London.

Refurbishment of Hammersmith Flyover completed

04/09/2015

Work on the £100m refurbishment of Hammersmith Flyover has been completed.

Record number of new apprentices taken on by TfL

09/09/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has taken on a record number of apprentices (156) this month (September) as it continues to invest in the next generation of transport professionals.

Pedestrian countdown technology to be rolled out across capital

10/09/2015

Hundreds more pedestrian countdown timers will be installed across London over the next year.

TfL launches interactive collision map

23/09/2015

TfL and London’s Mayor have launched the capital’s first interactive digital collision map, which they say is part of a continued drive to improve road safety awareness to reduce the number of casualties in London.

Brown gets London Transport Commissioner job

24/09/2015

Mike Brown has been appointed as London’s new Transport Commissioner.

TfL invests in new technology to keep capital moving

29/09/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled new measures to ease traffic in the capital and minimise disruption on the roads as major work to improve the network continues.

Improvement work on the A406 completed

05/10/2015

A new retaining ‘green’ wall that runs alongside a section of the A406 North Circular Road in Golders Green has been completed by Transport for London (TfL).

Silvertown Tunnel proposals go on display

06/10/2015

Proposals for the Silvertown Tunnel – a new river crossing for east London that would link the Greenwich Peninsula with the Royal Docks – have gone on display.

Unsafe lorries targeted by new partnership

14/10/2015

The new London Freight Enforcement Partnership has been setup to take unsafe lorries off London’s streets.

First section of North-South cycle superhighway completed

20/10/2015

The first section of segregated cycle route that will ultimately run from Elephant & Castle to Kings Cross in London has opened.

TfL wins two international safety awards

09/11/2015

Transport for London’s Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme has been recognised for its rapid success in improving HGV road safety with a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award.

TfL looking into safety improvements on Westminster Bridge

11/11/2015

Transport for London (TfL) is considering making major safety improvements to Westminster Bridge and other surrounding roads.

Mayor sets out plans for new river crossings in London

02/12/2015

The Mayor of London – Boris Johnson – has set out plans to transform cross-river travel in the capital with 13 new tunnels and bridges proposed.

Traffic information to be displayed on taxis in London

07/12/2015

Road traffic information will be displayed on taxi-top digital advertising boards in a trial aimed at cutting congestion in London. 

TfL wins premier road safety award

15/12/2015

Transport for London’s (TfL’s) Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme has been awarded the Premier Prince Michael International Road Safety Award.

Millions to be spent on improving public spaces in London

29/12/2015

Almost £150 million will be spent on improving transport services and town centres across London.  

Skelley awarded OBE in New Year’s Honours List

04/01/2016

Dana Skelley, director of asset management for surface transport at Transport for London (TfL), has been recognised with an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list for services to transport in the capital.

TfL making improvements at Bow Interchange

13/01/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has begun construction of safety improvements for pedestrians and cyclists at the Bow Interchange in east London.

Mayor calls for further improvements to London’s roads

04/02/2016

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has called for new measures – including the introduction of two new east-west cross-city tunnels – to secure the long-term success of the capital’s roads.  

TfL launches Streetscape Guidance

10/02/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has launched the third edition of its Streetscape Guidance, which features a toolkit that can be used to exercise best practice design and create high quality links and places across the capital.

TfL awards funding for street-improvement trials

24/02/2016

Four schemes that will transform streets in the capital have been awarded grants as part of Transport for London’s (TfL’s) Future Streets Incubator Fund.

FM Conway and TfL launch asphalt trial

23/03/2016

Leading infrastructure services company FM Conway has launched a trial with Transport for London (TfL) to test the use of a high recycled asphalt mix for the surface course of a strategic road.

Blackwall Tunnel resurfaced after major fuel spillage

25/05/2016

Transport for London (TfL) were forced to close the northbound Blackwall Tunnel for most of Tuesday (24 May) after leaking fluid from a mobile crane caused damage to a 1.1km stretch of the carriageway.

Quietway opens in London

15/06/2016

London’s first Quietway route, a continuous sign-posted route which links Greenwich and Waterloo by quieter backstreet roads, is now open.

BT fined £8,000 for dangerous roadworks

28/06/2016

British Telecom (BT) has been ordered to pay more than £8,000 for “dangerous and disruptive” roadworks, which took place on the Transport for London (TfL) network.

Vodafone prosecuted for mismanaging streetworks

05/07/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has successfully prosecuted telecommunications company Vodafone as part of its commitment to ensure roadworks are completed on time.

London Mayor: Press on with Cycle Superhighway 11 plans

03/08/2016

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is pressing ahead with plans for Cycle Superhighway 11 between Swiss Cottage and the West End.

LGA: Give councils power to adopt lane rental schemes

15/08/2016

The Local Government Association (LGA) has called for councils to be given powers to introduce lane rental schemes in order to minimise disruption caused by roadworks.

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.

Gyratory plans form part of King’s Cross improvements

06/09/2016

Plans to improve roads and pedestrian facilities in King’s Cross, London, have gained support from the majority of people living in the area.   

TfL prosecutes utility firm for mismanaging streetworks

21/09/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has successfully prosecuted energy company London Power Networks, a subsidiary of UK Power Networks, for failing to serve required notices before works.

Vodafone fined for mismanaging streetworks

04/10/2016

Transport for London (TfL) has prosecuted telecommunications company Vodafone for the second time this year as part of its commitment to ensure that roadworks cause as little disruption as possible to road users. 

TfL agrees roadside advertising deal

11/10/2016

Transport for London will generate at least £13 million to reinvest in the capital’s transport network after agreeing a deal with Outdoor Plus to bring digital advertising screens to road underpasses.

Mayor sets out plans to tackle London’s road congestion

22/11/2016

The Mayor of London has vowed to tackle the capital’s road congestion through a series of measures.

£770m to be spent on cycling in London

06/12/2016

A total of £770 million will be spent on cycling improvements in London over the next five years.

Mayor invests £220m in London transport improvements

15/12/2016

More than £200 million will be spent on transport, town centre and public space improvements in London over the next two years.

Contractors to deliver £500m civils deal on behalf of TfL

05/01/2017

Costain, Morgan Sindall and Skanska will deliver £500 million worth of improvements to the capital's road network on behalf of Transport for London (TfL).

Jacobs provides Strategic Policy Development Support to TfL

02/02/2017

Jacobs has been awarded a two-year contract by Transport for London  to provide integrated impact assessment (IIA) services to support development and finalisation of the revised Mayor’s Transport Strategy (MTS).

TfL searches for apprentices

08/03/2017

Transport for London has created more than 175 new apprenticeship positions and say it is welcoming applications from people who, "want to play their part in keeping London moving, working and growing and making life in the city better".

Major pedestrian and cyclist safety work starts at Westminster Bridge

30/03/2017

Work which Transport for London says will transform Westminster Bridge and the surrounding area into a safer, more pleasant place for pedestrian and cyclists is underway.

JV leaves London’s maintenance framework after drop in work

06/03/2018

Transport for London's (TfL) road maintenance framework - the London Highways Alliance Contract (LoHAC) - has run into further trouble after a key joint venture pulled out.

And then there were two on £1bn Silvertown Tunnel deal

16/03/2018

The race to secure a £1bn contract to build the Silvertown Tunnel project in east London has narrowed to just two bidders after a joint venture between Skanska and Austrian outfit Strabag withdrew.

Grayling backs Silvertown tunnel, despite pollution concerns

10/05/2018

Chris Grayling has given the go-ahead for the controversial road tunnel at Silvertown in East London, despite concerns over its impact on air pollution in the area.

TfL looks to future proof traffic management with 'Future SCOOT'

28/06/2018

Transport for London (TfL) has awarded Siemens Mobility a 10-year contract worth tens of millions of pounds to upgrade the capital’s road network management and ‘future proof’ its SCOOT system.

TfL has no solution to unsustainable lack of roads funding

13/12/2018

Transport for London has admitted that its funding system for roads is unsustainable and it has no long-term solution.

PTV Group wins new contracts with three major names

04/04/2019

PTV Group’s UK growth has continued with three significant new contracts.

Hammersmith Bridge closed to traffic indefinitely

11/04/2019

One of London's most beautiful landmarks the iconic Hammersmith Bridge, a 132-year-old Grade II listed structure, has had to be closed to traffic indefinitely after safety checks revealed critical faults.

TfL to pilot default green man signal

30/04/2019

Transport for London is set to trial ‘green man authority’ on ten pedestrian crossings around the city. 

TfL plans new £50m Cycleway in East London

09/05/2019

Transport for London (TfL) has set out plans for a new Cycleway which it says would transform roads between Hackney and the Isle of Dogs.

Consortium to build £1bn Silvertown Tunnel under private finance deal

30/05/2019

Transport for London has named the Riverlinx consortium as the preferred bidder to build a new tunnel under the Thames in East London.

Hammersmith Bridge could take three years to repair

13/06/2019

The latest estimate is that Hammersmith Bridge could be closed to motor traffic for as long as three years.

TfL begins procurement on £1.4bn LoHAC 2

25/06/2019

Transport for London has launched a £1.42bn procurement for its second generation London Highways Alliance Contracts (LoHAC) covering highways maintenance and construction works.

Transport for London Q and A: What can we expect from LoHAC 2?

23/07/2019

Following the launch of the contract notice for the second generation London Highways Alliance Contracts (LoHAC) covering highways maintenance and construction works, Highways caught up with Transport for London to find out more. 

Silvertown climate impact 'censored' from public inquiry

02/08/2019

Transport for London has been criticised for minimising discussion of the climate change impacts of the Silvertown Tunnel during the statutory planning process, in apparent breach of a pledge by former mayor Boris Johnson.

TfL completes the list of MRN bids with £375m ask

04/09/2019

Transport for London has revealed the final bids in this round of the major road network competition, putting 10 schemes in the running for a share of the £3.5bn up for grabs from 2020-2025.

TfL consults on lane rental expansion

08/10/2019

Transport for London (TfL) is set to expand its lane rental scheme to cover nearly three quarters of its road network.

Highways jobs

Air Quality Monitoring Project Manager

Birmingham City Council
£34,788 - £42,683
Seeking a skilled and dedicated individual with a background in environmental protection and air quality to... Birmingham, West Midlands
Recruiter: Birmingham City Council

Environmental Health Officer/Enforcement

Brent Council
£35,724 - £41,706 p.a. inc.
Looking to recruit an Environmental Health Officer / Enforcement Officer preferably with experience of... Wembley, London (Greater)
Recruiter: Brent Council

Surface Water Engineer (Maternity Cover)

Essex County Council
£30000 - £35000 per annum + Excellent Benefits Package
The Surface Water Engineer contributes to the development and implementation of strategic plans, policy and best practice to improve the Council's knowledge and understanding of surface water flood risk and methods of management. England, Essex, Chelmsford
Recruiter: Essex County Council

Highways Project Engineer

Telford & Wrekin Council
£32,878 - 35,934 per annum
Exciting opportunity to provide technical highway input into all stages of development, within the... Telford, Shropshire
Recruiter: Telford & Wrekin Council

Highway Maintenance Senior Professional and Technical Officer - Level 1

Bristol City Council
£27,905 - £31,371
The job involves project managing and assisting senior colleagues with coordinating tasks and projects, using appropriate techniques to ensure.... City of Bristol
Recruiter: Bristol City Council

Highways Inspector

Hackney London Borough Council
£28,752 - £32,577
Seeking an experienced Highways Inspector to join the Highways Team. London (Greater)
Recruiter: Hackney London Borough Council

Street Lighting Technical Administrator

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth
£25,327 - £33,554 depending on skills
Are you looking for working arrangements that enhance your work-life balance? London (Greater)
Recruiter: London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth

Environmental Protection Officer

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
£24,313 - £28,785 per annum
Looking to recruit officers to further strengthen our pool of Environmental Protection Officers who are responsible for... Sandwell, West Midlands
Recruiter: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Citizen & Consumer Protection Officer – Environmental Health x2

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
£29,636 - £33,799 per annum
Looking for a suitably qualified and competent Environmental Health Officer or Food Safety / Health and Safety Officer registered with the... Sandwell, West Midlands
Recruiter: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Senior Pest Control Officer (Commercial)

Brent Council
£33,291 - £35,724 p.a. inc.
Looking for a pest control officer that bring additional expertise to the team and support the manager in developing and supporting our clients. Wembley, London (Greater)
Recruiter: Brent Council

Project Officer

Westminster City Council
£33,759 - £37,413 per annum
This is an exciting opportunity to support the CRP team in developing and delivering their projects. City of Westminster, London (Greater)
Recruiter: Westminster City Council

Strategic Planning and Growth Manager

Trafford Council
£46,572 – £49,529 per annum
As the Strategic Planning and Growth Manager, you will be responsible for... Trafford, Greater Manchester
Recruiter: Trafford Council

Quality & Performance Monitoring Officer

East Lindsey District Council
£26,999 - £31,371 per annum (Grade 6)
An exciting opportunity has arisen to cover a one year period of maternity leave for the role of Quality & Performance Monitoring Officer Louth, Lincolnshire
Recruiter: East Lindsey District Council

Service Director – Environment

Kirklees Metropolitan Council
Up to £100,000
ur new Service Director - Environment will have responsibility for all front-line environmental services, as well as licensing... Kirklees, West Yorkshire
Recruiter: Kirklees Metropolitan Council

Environmental Health Officers

Camden London Borough Council
£32,473 - £42,490
Seeking Environmental Health Officers to contribute towards delivering the project objectives of addressing rogue... Camden, London (Greater)
Recruiter: Camden London Borough Council

Network Permit Officer

Redbridge London Borough Council
£31,548 - £33,291 per annum
We currently have a vacancy for a Network Permit Officer to be part of a group of technical staff responsible for ensuring the... Redbridge, London (Greater)
Recruiter: Redbridge London Borough Council

Group Engineer Highway Development Management

Wakefield Council
£42,683 to £45,591
Looking for an enthusiastic, committed and experienced highway engineer to join and manage our successful Highways team. Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Recruiter: Wakefield Council

Executive Director of Environment, Transport & Infrastructure

Surrey County Council
c.£160,000
We are looking for somebody exceptional to shape the future of Surrey. Surrey
Recruiter: Surrey County Council

Environmental Health Officer

Camden London Borough Council
£32,473 - £42,490
Seeking Environmental Health Officers to contribute towards delivering the project objectives of addressing rogue landlords and... Camden, London (Greater)
Recruiter: Camden London Borough Council

Group Engineer (Highways Network and Asset Management)

Kirklees Metropolitan Council
£39,782 to £43,757
Looking for a Group Engineer who already has... Kirklees, West Yorkshire
Recruiter: Kirklees Metropolitan Council

Highways on Fridays

Latest Issue

latest magazine issue
  • HIghways Awards shortlist revealed
  • Equity in transport
  • DMRB updates
View the latest issue

Latest Video