Market Data

  • 8 September 2009

    Fatigue Analysis Software Keeping Roads Safe

    Fatigue analysis software can breathe new life into road assets and save time and money during the design process. But how reliable are the readings, particularly for testing loads on...

  • 27 August 2009

    Travellers Turn to Social Networking

    Can social media benefit road, rail and air networks? Frances Penwill-Cook investigates if a combined and integrated system providing real-time information to travellers is likely to emerge in the future.

  • 21 July 2009

    Traffic Control at the Paris Air Show

    The Paris Air Show attracts nearly half a million visitors but has only one major highway providing access to the site. It can become a logistical nightmare, but have improvements...

  • 19 July 2009

    South Korea Puts Tunnels to the Test

    South Korea faces a steep challenge in developing the transport infrastructure between its rapidly growing cities. Our sister publication Tunnels and Tunnelling International looks at how electronic blasting systems may...

  • 10 May 2009

    Future is Bright for Zebra Crossings

    With a startling number of pedestrian casualties on the UK roads each year, Frances Penwill-Cook finds out more about a lighting technology set to revolutionise the safety of Britain’s zebra...

  • 5 March 2009

    Adding Friction to UK Roads

    It was clear that high-friction layers were essential for Bluebell Hill's carriageway in Kent reconstructing in 2008. Frances Penwill-Cook finds out how added time pressure made this an exceptional project.