traffic management

Buchanan launches traffic order data open API for ParkMap

21/02/2020

A new off-the-shelf tool that local authorities can use to supply data in a government-agreed format should save taxpayers millions of pounds, according to the firm that developed it.

Online vehicle checker muddies the waters in pollution fight

13/02/2020

The Government’s new online vehicle checker for Clean Air Zones has caused confusion after it wrongly told drivers of compliant vehicles that they would be charged £8 under Birmingham’s forthcoming CAZ.

Bristol's watered down pollution plan faces Defra scrutiny

13/02/2020

The ongoing battle between Bristol City Council and government over the authority's failure to address air quality issues has taken another turn after it watered down its most recent efforts.

Cardiff moots congestion charge to help fund £2bn transport plan

21/01/2020

Non-residents could be charged £2 a day to drive into Cardiff after the city council unveiled a £2bn vision to transform the transport network in the city and South East Wales.

R&W Traffic Management crosses over to Chevron

08/01/2020

Traffic management firm the Chevron Group has acquired R&W Traffic Management from the wider R&W Group.

Stalling car market 'threatens environment goals'

06/01/2020

New car registrations fell for the third consecutive year in 2019, with a major drop in the number of new diesel cars but a rise in electric vehicle sales.

Red faces over red phases - Milton Keynes in green light shortage

10/12/2019

The BBC has reported that Milton Keynes has run out of green bulbs for a number of traffic lights.

Highways England to leave some Brock restrictions in place

29/10/2019

Highways England has confirmed that work to deactivate Operation Brock will be carried out late on Tuesday but some restrictions will be left in place.

Updated: Highways England to deactivate Brock after EU agrees extension

28/10/2019

Highways England is set to deactivate its plan to manage lorries in Kent in the event of a no-deal Brexit after the EU agreed to an extension of the UK's membership.

We need to talk about pricing, MPs say

10/10/2019

The Commons Transport Committee has said it wants to start a national debate about road pricing – ‘something that has been lacking for more than a decade’.

TfSE looks to balance economy and environment

10/10/2019

The sub-national transport body (STB) for the South East has launched a 30-year strategy document that warns indulging continued traffic growth is ‘no longer sustainable’.

DfT 'considers' handing moving traffic enforcement to councils?

09/10/2019

The Department for Transport (DfT) has signalled a shift in position on one of the most controversial topics in traffic management - the transfer of moving traffic enforcement powers to councils.

TfWM lobbies for moving traffic enforcement pilot

08/10/2019

Transport for West Midlands has put together plans to run a pilot using powers to enforce against moving traffic offences in partnership with the local police.

Councils urged to fine idling drivers

07/10/2019

Seven out of ten 10 drivers want to see councils doing more to tackle motorists who leave their engines running when parked, according to the RAC.

ULEZ success makes £26m hole in TfL income

19/09/2019

Compliance with London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) has continued to improve over the summer, resulting in millions of pounds of lost income for Transport for London (TfL).

Oxfordshire councils launch ‘bold’ plans for tackling congestion

19/09/2019

Local authorities in Oxfordshire have announced new plans for reducing congestion on all major routes into Oxford.

Hertfordshire plans to charge A10 drivers in pollution push

17/09/2019

Two councils in Hertfordshire are set to bring in a charging Clean Air Zone to tackle pollution on a major A road.

Report finds a way through TRO landscape to help cut jams

02/09/2019

An alliance of councils and mapping experts is playing a key role in Government plans to open up data around Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) to help cut jams caused by roadworks.

Networks run the world: ADEPT puts traffic management in control

22/08/2019

The inaugural National Traffic Managers' Conference from council directors' body ADEPT is taking place on 3 October this year at Welford Road Stadium, home of the Leicester Tigers. Just as wider social, economic and technological changes play into their hands, ADEPT is leading traffic management out of the wings to take centre stage.

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