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  • Road markings market set to growA new report from research group Frost & Sullivan suggests that the market In North America and Europe for road-markings, coatings and paints in transportation will grow to US$2.61 billion by 2020.... 20 August 2014
  • New viaduct in Moscow open to trafficIn Russia's capital Moscow, a key viaduct is now open to traffic, which will help reduce the city's chronic congestion problem. The viaduct is 820m long by 15m wide and carries traffic over the... 11 August 2014
  • Barriers technology ensures greater highway safety even for heavy vehicles such as trucksThe redirective capabilities of the latest safety barrier systems can prevent deaths and serious injuries in the event of unforeseen incidents. Sudden tyre failures can be particularly risky with... 23 June 2014
  • ERF abstract submission extension for 2014 Roadside Safety Design ConferenceThe European Union Road Federation (ERF) has extended the deadline for submission of abstracts for the 2014 edition of the AFB20(2) Roadside Safety Design Conference until 30 June 2014. The... 19 June 2014
  • Independent analysis finds speed cameras do not reduce accidentsAn independent analysis carried out by engineer Dave Finney of Thames Valley, UK speed camera data has found an increase in injuries after the devices were installed. The analysis, to evaluate the... 10 June 2014
  • Incomplete UK roadworks could number up to 25,000There could be up to 25,000 incomplete roadworks across the UK, according to breakdown recovery firm LV Road Rescue. The estimated figure equates to around 3,862kms of roadworks. Local authorities... 14 May 2014
  • German state should invest in road maintenance before new roadsThe German state should prioritise road maintenance over the construction of new roads, according to Christian Ahrendt, vice president of the German audit office. Ahrendt said that the government... 14 May 2014
  • Solar studs receive DfT approvalRennicks UK has achieved full Department for Transport (DfT) Type Approval for their SR-15 active road studs, which use LED and solar technology to create highly effective highway delineation said to... 31 March 2014
  • Driver First Assist's novel Devon, UK road safety trainingDriver First Assist (DFA) has completed a day of novel road safety training in conjunction with Devon County Council (DCC) in southwest England. With over five lives lost every day on UK roads, DCC... 13 March 2014
  • AMCSI grant for ClearviewUK business secretary Vince Cable has set out the latest steps the Government is taking to support 'reshoring', backing an encouraging trend of manufacturers bringing jobs and production back to the... 05 March 2014
  • German project targets trucks using unsuitable roadsThirty-six towns in Germany's Ruhr region have presented the results of a four-year project in cooperation with the Nokia subsidiary HERE to reduce the environmental damage, noise pollution and... 04 March 2014
  • Mobile measurement of pavement markings technology in the moveMobile retroreflectometers have taken a technologic step ahead with the launch of the LTL-M system. New patented technology improves measurement accuracy to a level so far only provided by handheld... 20 January 2014
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