The construction of a new bridge over Clarence River in Grafton, New South...
Navigation app Sygic has introduced a new smart-mobility platform for cities that will enable local traffic authorities to assess, develop and implement an intelligent traffic management system.
A new survey from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) has found that at least 35 member states of the US Department of transportation (DOT) are using aerial drones regularly or testing them for possible use.
According to the World Health Organization, speed is at the core of the global road injury epidemic. Studies estimate that over 1.2 million people die each year on the roads worldwide and 20 to 50 million suffer non-fatal injuries.
The UK’s Highways England has announced plans to fund three new unmarked HGV cabs in a bid to tackle dangerous driving on national motorways and major A roads.
Ennis-Flint, the world’s largest manufacturer and supplier of road marking materials, announced today the planned acquisition of the materials manufacturing business of VERNISOL.
SR-90 - the Intelligent System for Physical Speed Reduction - developed by SERNIS won the Safety category of the prestigious Intertraffic Amsterdam Innovation Award 2018.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads upgraded an 8km section of the Southport-Burleigh road in Queensland, Australia, at an estimated cost of A$104m ($79.8m). The upgrade significantly reduces travel times for road users travelling to and from North Street in Southport and Rudd Street in Broadbeach Waters.