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  • Penang's PAN 1 project to go ahead amid environmental concernsMalaysia's Penang state has approved the PAN 1 Highway project but with conditions attached following an environmental impact study. Work could start next year on the 19.5km project officially... 22 April 2019
  • US road safety issue for vulnerable road usersVulnerable road users face risks in the US. While road fatalities are falling overall in the US, pedestrians and cyclists have seen an increase in road deaths in recent years. Driver fatalities have... 05 March 2019
  • EarthSense and Tantalum in UK project to cut road air pollutionAir quality specialist EarthSense is working with Oxfordshire County Council in England and connected vehicle company Tantalum to understand road traffic's impact on air quality. Council fleet... 06 July 2018
  • California clean-up causing union commotionRoadside crews in California are up in arms over cleaning up an increasing amount of garbage much of it unhealthy, some of it potentially lethal. US media are reporting that the International... 14 May 2018
  • Denmark lags the rest of Europe in the sales of electric carDenmark is seeing sluggish sales of electric cars while consumers in other European countries are getting more than ever plugged in. Sales of electric cars in Denmark continue to decline despite a... 15 January 2018
  • Mersey Gateway shortlisted for the UK's CIEEM ecology awardThe team building the Mersey Gateway bridge has reached the final of a UK national competition that recognises excellence in ecology and environmental management. The project team entered this... 01 June 2017
  • Clean air solution to cut pollutionAn innovative material is now available that could help absorb harmful airborne molecules and disperse cleaner air. The material has been developed by a team of leading Italian researchers and is... 06 March 2017
  • EQAR calls for a European-wide recycling planA European-wide construction material recycling strategy should be put in place as soon as possible, according to the European Quality Association for Recycling. EQAR made the call during its... 24 October 2016
  • AECOM and University of Salford announce research partnershipGlobal infrastructure services firm AECOM and the UK's University of Salford have launched a research partnership with the aim of improving understanding of how major infrastructure programmes... 18 August 2016
  • Time to set standards for mapping noise and stick to themDesigner and provider of acoustics and air pollution simulation software for environmental modelling, SoundPlan, is calling on the bodies responsible for setting noise standards around the world to... 25 February 2016
  • Beijing considers congestion chargeAccording to Chinese website Xinhua, Beijing is likely to trial a congestion charge in a bid to address its congestion and air quality. Close to 5.6 million vehicles vie for space on Beijing's roads... 03 December 2015
  • Innovia to evaluate the Mission Zero Corridor project in GeorgiaInnovia Technology, a UK research consultancy, has been chosen to evaluate an environmentally friendly road project in the US state of Georgia. Innovia, based in the city of Cambridge, will evaluate... 12 August 2015
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