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23 March 2017
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Industry News

Kraków bypass construction receives EIB and BGK financial assistance
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK), a Polish development bank have agreed to finance contracts for the construction of the Łagiewnicka Route, a part of the Kraków inner southern bypass road, as well as a new tram line.

NWA to carryout $100m road works in Jamaica
The National Works Agency (NWA) in Jamaica has revealed that it will be spending nearly $100m to carry out patch works across several corridors at various locations in the country including St. Catherine, Kingston, St. Andrew and St. Thomas.

TomTom and GEVAS software enable traffic management in Frankfurt and Düsseldorf
TomTom (TOM2), a global company that manufactures navigation and mapping products, has revealed that its live traffic data system has been selected by Frankfurt and Düsseldorf traffic management centres in Germany.

UK DfT announces funding for hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure
The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has announced £23m in funding for hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure.

Press Releases

CA Traffic to Attend Traffex 2017
ANPR and traffic monitoring equipment manufacturer CA Traffic is to exhibit its products at the forthcoming Traffex exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham, UK.

SES America is Proud to Announce its ISO 9001 Certification
SES America is proud to announce that it is now ISO 9001: 2015 certified.

New North American Distributor for ATT
Applied Turbine Technologies has announced that its new distributor for US and Canada markets is Titan Tools.

London Borough of Sutton Upgrade to New METRIC terminals
London Borough of Sutton has started the full replacement programme of its parking machines, upgrading them to METRIC Elite LS terminals via the ESPO framework.

SESA Mobility Products are Approved by Massachussetts DOT
SES America.(SESA), a Rhode Island-based manufacturer of digital, LED signage for the transportation industry has been approved by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation for their Blank Out and Lane Control Signs. These models are now included in the MassDOT Qualified Traffic and Control Equipment List under Section 824: Flashing Beacons, Illuminated Warning Signs, and Lighted Barrier Arrows.

White Papers

Traffic Cone Laying and Retrieving System
Each day the road workers operate for signalling dangers and protecting the motoring public. When they lay and retrieve cones, they are exposed to the danger....

Cameras in Action
MG² is a leading manufacturer in accessible surveillance...

Tailor-Made Measuring Equipment for Road Surfaces
ViaTech is a Norwegian company with a comprehensive range of tailor-made products to measure different characteristics of pavement...

High-End Sweeper Attachments
Since founding in Finland in 2010, we at Snowek have focused to redesign the old ways of sweeper and snow plow attachment industry. In practice, we have focused on dust control, cleaning result...

Cloud-Integrated Parking Occupancy Measurement
ADEC Technologies was founded in 2009 with the aim of providing an industry-leading combination of product excellence and customer care. The company has established itself as a quality supplier...

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