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  • Motorway madnessA cyclist was recently spotted on the UK's busy M25 motorway pedalling along the hard shoulder in the wrong direction. Police were alerted by a CCTV operator who saw the...
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Photo of the Month

  • Road Signs vita route information March 2013Road signs provide drivers with vital route information that can be understood clearly - photo courtesy of World Highways reader Walter Haberlein
  • Photo of the month  most cars have four wheels January/February 2013Most cars have four wheels, but there are exceptions
  • November December Photo of the month November December 2012The members of this family found out the hard way that when transporting a paint canister, it is best to keep it in the boot as in the event of even a small impact...
  • Skidmark Photo of the month - Australia October 2012Road authorities in Ireland are now installing signs aimed specially at Australian tourists
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Latest Industry News

  • A new expressway link for VietnamA new 225km expressway link in Vietnam will help boost connectivity between the Mekong Delta area in the south east of the country and Ha Tien... 21 November 2019
  • Oman's crash risk a cause for concernThere is concern in Oman over the risk of crashes on the country's road network. There were 545 road deaths in Oman during 2018. Road crashes are... 21 November 2019
  • Ireland's road safety is improving, slowlyIreland's road safety levels are improving, but perhaps more slowly than is desirable. In 2018 there were 142 road deaths in Ireland. A... 21 November 2019
  • Bidding for Malaysian highway dealBidding is underway in Malaysia for sections of the massive Pan Borneo Highway project. The Malaysian construction firm Gadang Holdings is... 20 November 2019
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Latest Industry Products

  • ARS-121_Soil-Compactor_IMG_6368_1.jpg Ammann soil compactors for Indian road building projectCompaction machines from Ammann are proving beneficial for a major road project underway in India. A number of ARS 121 soil compactors are being used for an enormous,...
  • Indeco-IRP 5X-1.jpg Indeco's tough tools for demolitionIndeco has upgraded several of its demolition tools, making them more durable and versatile than before The firm's IMP 20 processor now benefits from a new design that...
  • DSCF1966.JPG Marini offers an array of asphalt solutionsMarini has expanded its array of asphalt solutions for customers, according to the firm. Filippo Baldassari, Head of global sales for Fayat Mixing Plants commented, We are...
  • 8L8A9615.jpg LiuGong offers electric excavator optionsLiuGong is now offering customers the option of an electric excavator model in two key size classes. The 6tonne class 906E-EV and 9tonne class 922F-EV excavators are...
  • 153064.JPG Monitoring software update from TrimbleTrimble is offering an updated version of its real-time monitoring software, the 4D Control package. This Version 5.0 upgrade offers new features that allow users to...
  • DSC_0039.jpg Volvo CE paver purchase for UK firmA UK road paving contractor has expanded its fleet with the purchase of its third asphalt paver from Volvo CE. Portsmouth based O'Rourke Infrastructure Services (OIS) now...
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