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29 May 2017
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Press Releases

EV Enforcement World-First for Q-Free
The world’s first zero-emission enforcement vehicle, which went live in the city of Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands, on 12 April, uses ARVOO’s rooftop-mounted cameras and Q-Free Netherland’s INTRADA Automatic Licence Plate Recognition (ALPR) software.

Streetart in Crosswalk in Rotterdam
Geveko Markings has turned a crosswalk in Westblaak, Rotterdam, into creative and decorative streetart.

Q-Free Positioned for C-ITS Success
In Australia, Q-Free has successfully demonstrated the vehicle location capabilities of its current range of Cooperative ITS (C-ITS) systems.

Geveko Markings Denmark is Now ISO 14001: 2015 Certified
As a result of our focus on environmental management, we are happy to announce that Geveko Markings Denmark is now also ISO 14001: 2015 certified.

SESA Deploys Massive DMS to Canada
As part of its multi-year contract with the City of Calgary in Canada, SES America recently delivered a massive 27.5ft-long Messenger 6000.

White Papers

Efficient Solutions for Traffic Systems
The wide range of rugged and innovative products combined with a worldwide service and sales structure has made SICK a market and technology leader in many fields of data acquisition in...

Street and Industrial Area Cleaning Made Waterless
Snowek's long-awaited Trombia products were delivered to the market in spring 2016....

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...

Special Van for Laying and Retrieving Traffic Cones
Following the success of the rear version of the BALISEUR in Switzerland, with eight systems supplied between 2015 and 2017, OPTOMACHINES launches on the market a whole van, equipped with...

Stripe Hog Waterblasting Systems
The Stripe Hog Waterblasting System has been sold in more than 50 countries and is operating in 80 countries...

Features

April’s top stories: Daimler and Bosch automated driving, Kenya and Uganda AfDB loan
Daimler and Bosch revealed plans to advance development of a fully automated and driverless driving system, and Kenya and Uganda were due a loan from AfDB for upgrading 118km section of road. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from April 2017.

March’s top stories: LACMTA appoints CH2M, PennDOT to distribute $466.2m to municipalities
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) has appointed CH2M to provide Highway Programme Project Delivery Support Services, PennDOT will distribute $466.2m in liquid fuels payments for the certified municipalities. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from March, 2017.

February’s top stories: HE's dual carriageway work, NZTA's new road proposal
Highways England is set to start work on the new £192m Knutsford to Bowdon dual carriageway, and New Zealand Transport Agency has released a proposal for construct a new road between Warkworth and Wellsford. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from February 2017.

January’s top stories: Living transport lab in Australia, TfL awards £500m road contract
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff has partnered with the University of Melbourne to create the first multimodal connected transport laboratory, and TfL has awarded contracts worth £500m for construction of complex tunnels and highways. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from January 2017.

2016: The year's biggest Road Traffic Technology stories
Turkey’s Osman Gazi Bridge has been opened to the public, and Pakistan Government has sanctioned $214m for National Highway Authority. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from 2016.

Projects

Fehmarnbelt Tunnel
The Fehmarnbelt tunnel is a planned 18km immersed tunnel between Rødbyhavn, Denmark, and Puttgarden, Germany.

A556 Knutsford-Bowdon Improvement Project
The A556 Knutsford-Bowdon Improvement scheme involved the construction of an approximately 8km-long dual carriageway to replace the existing four-lane single carriageway between the M6 Junction 19 near Tabley/Knutsford and the M56 Junction 7 near Bowdon.

Lusail Expressway
The Lusail Expressway will run north from the Doha, Qatar, to connect the under-construction Lusail development area.

Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX)
Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) project is a high-speed road network between Cavite and Laguna provinces located south of Manila, Philippines. Construction on the project is scheduled to start in the middle of 2017, while commissioning is expected in July 2020.

A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme
The UK's Highways Agency has proposed a new A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme to ease traffic congestion on the 33km (21 miles) stretch.

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