• Electric Signs on US Roads

    European drivers have benefited for several years from the additional clarity provided by colourful electric signs that incorporate both graphical and text-based messages. Cynthia Challener explores how the technology is...

  • Increasing Mileage in the Mekong

    The Greater Mekong sub-region is often heralded as a locality where international road projects run with success. Natalie Coomber talks to the Asian Development Bank about how it helps move...

  • The 2009 Road Show

    Frances Penwill-Cook highlights some of the most successful road construction achievements of 2009 – each world class examples that will lead to better traffic flow, safety and economic growth.

  • Copenhagen’s Railroad to Success

    Policy makers who thrashed out climate change issues at Copenhagen recently were far from agreement on definitive measures. But in the rail and road sectors, action to cut carbon emissions...

  • All Roads Lead To Rio

    After clinching bids for 2014's FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games, Brazil's roads require major preparation. Alex Hawkes investigates.

  • Coming Together to Invest in EU Roads

    As governments tighten their purse strings the EU road sector could turn to private money for a cash injection. Natalie Coomber speaks with the IRU about the future of EU...

  • Public Roads in Private Hands

    Public private partnerships can often be a political and public minefield. Paul French investigates their importance and controversy in the transport sector.