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    • Priorotising road safety worldwideRoad safety is a crucial issue worldwide and on the busy roads of the 27 EU nations, action is being taken to reduce the annual death toll.
    • The need to repair and replace the world's bridgesThe future of Scotland's Forth Road Bridge is posing serious questions with a wide potential impact for the transportation sector.
    • California delays emissions regulationsIn the US state of California, legislators have now decided to delay tough regulations on emissions from construction equipment fleets. In California construction firms with large machine fleets were...
    • Infrastructure spending aids economic growthAT THE TIME of year it is worth considering how strong the construction market will be towards the end of 2010 and on into 2011.
    • Improving road safety a priority beyond politicsFigures have long since become an important part of our daily lives. Data on all the humdrum events around us is regularly used to shape political policy that is in most instances, designed to...
    • Infrastructure investment will help construction jobsThe construction equipment manufacturing industry has been hit hard by the recession worldwide. Profits for 2009 reveal the sharp drop in business that began escalating around the globe during the...
    • Poor weather causes traffic chaosThe recent spate of bad weather conditions across the northern hemisphere has paralysed transport in many countries. In the US, much of northern Europe and parts of China, traffic has ground to a...
    • Has the promised investment happened?At the end of 2008 and the start of 2009, the world's banking system spiralled into crisis, triggered by a series of catastrophic blunders caused by bankers trying to create money from nothing. The...
    • Vehicle scrappage scheme not really 'green'In Europe, considerable political noise is being made over a new vehicle scrappage scheme that is said to be better for the environment.
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