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  1. News
    18 July 2013

    London plans blanket 20mph limit to reduce accidents

    1220 reads The City of London plans to implement 20mph speed limits on each of its streets, including those managed by Transport for London. London's Director of built environment, Philip Everett, said...

  2. News
    13 November 2013

    Birmingham prepares to introduce lower speed limits in the city (UK)

    742 reads Plans to reduce the speed limit on the majority of the city’s roads will save lives and cut emissions. Birmingham’s (UK) city council is considering a proposal to implement a maximum speed limit...

  3. News
    20 January 2014

    Buses given priority in Manchester city centre (United Kingdom)

    768 reads Major overhauls of roads in central Manchester will support the creation of a zone reserved purely for buses. Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) will begin the process of transforming areas...

  4. News
    30 April 2014

    London lane rental scheme cuts roadwork disruption (United Kingdom)

    876 reads A new study into London’s Lane Rental scheme shows that, since its introduction, severe disruption caused by planned roadworks has been cut by 46 per cent on the capital’s busiest roads, reducing...

  5. News
    08 April 2014

    London trials smart pedestrian crossings (United Kingdom)

    1250 reads A pilot programme aimed at making it easier and safer for pedestrians to cross London's roads will launch this summer. Using technology called Pedestrian SCOOT (Split Cycle Offset...

  6. News
    17 November 2014

    Londoners consulted on low emission zone plans (United Kingdom)

    1075 reads Transport for London (TfL) is inviting Londoners to share their views on plans to improve air quality and public health by introducing an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in the centre of the city....

  7. Job offer
    04 January 2015

    Route Manager

    Sustrans 3844 reads In this varied role you will lead on the project management of the delivery of routes from initial feasibility work through to managing the delivery of infrastructure schemes.  Leading...

  8. Case study
    30 July 2015
  9. News
    30 July 2015

    Pothole prediction technology developed by UK university

    2121 reads Cranfield University in the UK has developed a geographic information system (GIS) techique to predict where potholes will reoccur in roads. The system has been successfully tested in a pilot...

  10. Event
    03 March 2016

    Vulnerable road-user safety and ITS

    1170 reads Language English English The final event of the VRUITS project will be held at Transport for London. VRUITS has investigated and piloted a range of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) to enhance...