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New guidance set for £20m Intelligent Traffic Management Fund

24/05/2024

The Transport Technology Forum has released revised guidance for the £20m Intelligent Traffic Management Fund - clarifying the requirements around assembling consortia in ITMF applications.

Winners of £40m signals cash announced

20/03/2024

The Department for Transport has published the list of 80 councils sharing £40m to upgrade traffic signals.

Signals cash announcement waits for green light

06/03/2024

The Department for Transport is due to publish a list of councils that have won a share of £40m of new money to upgrade traffic signals by the end of March.

Guidance published for local bids to £20m ITS cash pot

28/02/2024

The Department for Transport (DfT) has released guidance to help English local authorities and the supply chain with bids to win a share of the £20m Intelligent Traffic Management Fund (ITMF).

Traffic signals cash to get amber light this month

06/02/2024

Officials are battling to keep to the timetable for sharing out £40m of Government funding to help English local authorities update their traffic signal equipment after nearly all eligible councils applied.

Bidding open on record signals cash - £70m to be allocated

14/11/2023

Bidding is open to English local authorities on funding pots worth tens of millions for traffic signals support, with guidance released on how to secure the cash.

England facing traffic light repairs backlog of over £80m

25/04/2022

A major survey has revealed that the traffic signals maintenance backlog in England could total more than £80m and cost authorities over £6m annually in fault repairs.

Highways Presents...SRL Traffic Systems

15/09/2021

Highways Editor, Dominic Browne, talks to Kevin Gilday, Group Product and Compliance Manager at SRL Traffic Systems, about narrowing the divide between the permanent traffic signals and temporary traffic signals sectors to create an integrated traffic signals 'ecosystem'.

SRL Multiphase ADS 'slashes queue lengths'

20/08/2021

SRL Traffic Systems’ Multiphase ADS traffic light detection technology for portable and temporary traffic signals has been independently proven to reduce average queue lengths by 50%, the company has said.

Councils urged to bid for £15m traffic signals cash

08/04/2021

The Department for Transport is urging English local authorities outside London to submit expressions of interest for a share of £15m of new funding to repair and upgrade their traffic signals.

Contract extension will make it 20 years for Telent in Kent

17/11/2020

Telent has won a five-year extension of its traffic signal maintenance contract with Kent County Council.

Telent gets green light for signals contract extension

17/09/2020

Transport for London has given Telent a one-year extension on its Traffic Control Maintenance contract.

Ready, steady, gone: Transport Scotland removes traffic lights after trial

05/04/2018

Transport Scotland is set to permanently remove a set of traffic lights on the A96 in Nairn, following a successful trial.

£2.6m to be spent on traffic signal upgrade in York

10/01/2017

The City of York Council is spending £2.6 million on upgrading its “ageing” traffic signals in the city centre.

JCT Symposium to take place next week

07/09/2016

The 21st JCT Traffic Signals Symposium & Exhibition is taking place at the University of Warwick next week.

Dynniq awarded five-authority framework deal

17/08/2016

Dynniq has been awarded a single traffic signals framework agreement covering five individual local authorities.

Overview of TSRGD released by DfT

04/05/2016

The Department for Transport (DfT) has released an overview that explains the measures introduced in the 2016 Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions (TSRGD).

Pike Signals Evolution range recognised with Queen’s Award

26/04/2016

Pike Signals has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for 2016.

SSL wins Highways England traffic signal contract

25/04/2016

Simulation Systems Limited (SSL) has been awarded a contract to deliver a new central traffic signal control and management system for Highways England in the south east.

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.

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