News, views and contacts from the global Road Traffic industry
 

Features

Our editorial board comprises a specialist group of leading industry figures who, in conjunction with the road traffic technology editorial team, identify the main drivers of the industry helping to produce regular, thought provoking opinion pieces on the latest issues, challenges and developments.

Latest Road Traffic Feature

July's top stories: Nexus wins $1.2bn QLD project, VolkerWessels’ new road model
05 August, 2015 | by Srivani Venna
Nexus has been selected by the Australia's Queensland Government to deliver the $1.2bn Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project, EIB provides €800m in funding for Polish expressways...
> read more
June's top stories: SSL's wins $1.75bn contract, Samsung’s new Safety Truck 06 July, 2015 by Srivani Venna Saint-Laurent Group (SSL) consortium wins $1.75bn contract from Canada, Samsung launched its new 'see-through' Safety Truck and Vinci Concessions has been selected to build the Regina...

May's top stories: IFM acquires ITRCC for $4.3bn, Leighton wins $570m contract 04 June, 2015 by Srivani Venna IFM completes the acquisition of ITR Concession Company for $4.3bn, Transurban awards a $570m contract to Leighton Contractors and San Miguel and Metro Pacific Investments submit bids for...

April's top stories: China's $46bn CPEC project, Virginia cancels $1.4bn deal 08 May, 2015 by Byomakesh Biswal China plans a $46bn investment to build the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Pakistan, the US state of Virginia has cancelled its $1.4bn highway contract with Ferrovial Agroman...

March's top stories: Driverless cars in UK, Delphi's US automated car test 09 April, 2015 by Byomakesh Biswal UK Government has announced £100m in funds in the 2015 Budget to develop driverless car technology, Delphi Automotive is set to undertake the longest test of a driverless car, going...

February's top stories: US’s $94.7bn transport budget, UK trials driverless cars 01 March, 2015 by Byomakesh Biswal The US Government announces a $94.7bn budget for the department of transportation in 2016, the UK Government has launched driverless car trial in four cities while Ford European and RWTH...

January's top stories: Siemens wins Tfl contract, Audi tests self-driving car 01 February, 2015 by Byomakesh Biswal The UK's Transport for London (Tfl) has awarded Siemens a five-year detection and enforcement infrastructure (D&EI) contract and Audi carried out self-driving concept car tests from Silicon...

2014: The year's biggest Road Traffic Technology stories 01 January, 2015 by Byomakesh Biswal The UK Government announced plans to invest £15bn as part of the new 'Road Investment Strategy', as well as £6bn of funding to help tackle potholes and improve local roads between 2015 and...

November's top stories: UK's £15bn road plan, solar road opens in Netherlands 01 December, 2014 by Byomakesh Biswal UK unveiled plans to invest £15bn on more than 100 road projects, Cooperative ITS Corridor completed the European 'Communicating Cars' test drive, while the world's first solar...

October's top stories: Dutch glow-in-dark road, AzkoNobel’s new de-icer 01 November, 2014 by Byomakesh Biswal Dutch paint manufacturer AkzoNobel introduced a biodegradable additive for de-icing brine that claims to help prevent roads from frost damage, Ford Motor introduced a new Pre-Collision...

September's top stories: MIT develops RoadRunner tool, work begins on Trans-Sumatra project 07 October, 2014 by Priyanka Sunder MIT researchers have developed a new wireless system called the RoadRunner, which uses GPS-style directions to reduce traffic congestion, while Indonesia will begin construction on the...

August's top stories: UK spends £24bn on roads, Cubic wins $85m Tfl contract 01 September, 2014 by Byomakesh Biswal The UK Government announced plans to invest £24bn in its strategic highway network by 2021, while a subsidiary of US-based Cubic Transport Systems won an $85m contract with Transport for...

July’s top stories: US approves $11bn road project, driverless cars 'a safety risk' 07 August, 2014 The US House of Representatives voted for an $11bn plan to pay the federal government's share of road and bridge repair projects through May 2015, while the FBI claimed that driverless cars pose...

View all features a-z


cachename:Featurescachekey:rd-1665407042_727740091_rd-488908060_1460672566_ap1460672566_727740091_2018347727