The construction of a new bridge over Clarence River in Grafton, New South...
Growing traffic volume poses a real challenge to road authorities. Infrastructural adjustments and increasingly more complex traffic regulations make guaranteeing accessibility, safety and liveability of towns and villages a tough task.
Motorists in the UK spend an average of 31 hours annually stuck in traffic jams during peak hours, according to a new study conducted by INRIX, a company that provides transportation analytics and connected car services.
UK-based Highways England is installing nearly 170 LED road studs at Switch Island in Merseyside, which is used by more than 90,000 vehicles every day.
Engineering and consulting services provider Michael Baker International has secured a contract from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) in the US to help reduce traffic congestion along the southern gateway corridor for commuting into downtown Dallas.
The Government of Victoria in Australia has announced commencement of safety upgrade works on the Western Highway between Stawell and the South Australian border.
The UK’s Highways England has published a report that stated cars of the future can be programmed to identify potholes on motorways and automatically notify the company to schedule repairs.
The Government of Western Australia (WA) has implemented new laws to penalise people caught driving any vehicle equipped with a device that can disrupt the normal operations of the speed cameras installed on the roads.