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    • Business confidence in constructionBusiness confidence is strong in the global construction equipment market at present. Manufacturers of machines around the world, as well as...
    • Driverless vehicles -safe at any speed?The development of driverless vehicles is ongoing, with manufacturers in the US, Europe, Japan, South Korea and China all working on various...
    • Funding the future for road developmentOnce again the spectre of future road funding has raised its ugly head. The US administration has announced plans for a massive redevelopment...
    • Road hazards for winter drivingWith the Northern Hemisphere in winter, it is no surprise that many of the countries in the north are now experiencing cold conditions that can make...
    • Electric Avenue for heavy machinery?The future for electric drive machines looks healthy, and not just for on-road transport. As concerns grow worldwide over urban pollution levels as...
    • Paying for the roads we driveAll around the world, vehicle numbers are growing fast and existing roads are seeing increasing congestion. This rapid increase in vehicle ownership is particularly acute in the developing world....
    • Just stop arguing and build the thingThe news that the preferred route has been announced for a new road and tunnel link that will bypass the UK's famous Stonehenge stone circle comes after years of debate. The project is for the...
    • The global road safety crisis needs to be addressedThe global road casualty rate continues to climb as motorisation levels grow and is particularly acute in the developing world. Developing countries suffer from a particularly high rate of crashes...
    • Volvo cars are no electric dreamThe recent news that Volvo will stop manufacturing cars powered purely by internal combustion engines and build only electric vehicles or hybrids by 2019 is the most significant announcement in the...
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