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April's top stories: India to invest $3.7bn, Ohio to invest $2.1bn
05 May, 2016 | by Lopamudra Roy
India to invest $3.7bn on building highways, and Ohio to invest $2.1bn on road transportation. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from April 2016....
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March's top stories: Indian road ministry plans to raise $7.4bn, TfL trials speed limiting technology 04 April, 2016 by Lopamudra Roy Indian road ministry holds talks with Employees Provident Fund Organisation to raise $7.4bn to expand highway projects, and Transport for London has completed trials of buses equipped...

February's top stories: Singapore implements ERP system, India invests $250bn 02 March, 2016 by Lopamudra Roy Singapore will implement ERP system from 2020, India to invest $250bn to build 50,000km of roads, and analysis reveals more than 58,500 US bridges need repair. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps...

January's top stories: Traffic updates by Google Maps, US proposes $4bn for automated vehicles 08 February, 2016 Google Maps provides traffic updates to Edinburgh bus and tram passengers, Obama's FY17 budget proposes nearly $4bn for automated vehicles, and Highways England proposes new road link across...

2015: The year's biggest Roadtraffic Technology stories 05 January, 2016 by Nitin Kumar Work begins on A9 dualling programme in Scotland, electric highway trials to begin, and European Commission to propose new traffic rules. Roadtraffic Technology.com wraps up the key headlines...

November's top stories: Balfour Beatty wins £104m contract, Audi's smart city project 07 December, 2015 by Shalini M P Nair Balfour Beatty secured a £104m road contract from Norfolk County Council in the UK, and Audi and the US city of Somerville signed a MoU to develop an urban strategy for the 'smart city'...

October's top stories: Nissan's smart driving model, Paragon’s new Route Control 03 November, 2015 by Shalini M P Nair Nissan launched its autonomous driving and zero-emission, electric-vehicle, intelligent driving (ID) concept, and Paragon introduced Route Control to help transport planners map routes that...

September's top stories: India's $5.19bn road project, Apple's new app for lorry drivers 09 October, 2015 by Srivani Venna India and Sri Lanka discuss on an $5.19bn road project, Highways England's £2.2bn investment on improving the capacity and condition of roads, Wills Bros Civil Engineering /John Paul...

August's top stories: UK electric road trials, Vinci-led group wins $1.44bn deal 04 September, 2015 by Srivani Venna A Vinci-led consortium wins $1.44bn Regina bypass contract in Canada, construction begins on $656m Torrens Road to River Torrens section in South Australia, electric highway trials to begin in...

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...

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...

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