You are:

  • Home
  • About
  • News articles from Transportation Professional

News articles from Transportation Professional

 Regular articles (five per year) are produced on the UK Roads Liaison Group activites.  To read the articles see below.  For further information on Transportation Professional and subscription rates click here.

 
Displaying 1 - 10 of 52
1 2 3 4 5 6 Next
Title Type Published
Transportation Professional November 2013

Practical Guidance for Winter - David Davies, chairman of the National Winter Service Research Group and principal maintenance engineer at Lincolnshire County Council answers questions on the new Appendix H Winter Service Practical Guidance, as published in ‘Well-Maintained Highways’....

Transportation Professional - news article,Winter Service Guidance 1/11/13
Transportation Professional April 2011

Winter service advice brings performance uplift Successive winters of salt shortages have prompted reviews and guidance from the UK Roads Liaison Group and others - bringing a general improvement in highway winter service operations....

Transportation Professional - news article,Winter Service Guidance 1/04/11
Transportation Professional November 2012

Training the winter decision makers: No formal training and national accreditation for winter service decision makers currently exists but a newly developed course is expected to go live in winter 2013-14....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/11/12
Transportation Professional May 2017

Future scanning to improve road condition SCANNER survey vehicles use laser sensors and camera technology to capture road surface condition More consistent and appropriate surveys of road condition can be achieved through SCANNER which is now being improved to potentially allow the measurement of further parameters, ...

Transportation Professional - news article 15/05/17
Transportation Professional May 2009

UK Lighting Board: Striving for better practice Street lighting as a sector of the highways industry is working to improve efficiency and current practices - with leadership and support where appropriate from the UK Lighting Board....

Transportation Professional - news article 29/05/09
Transportation Professional October 2018

Well managed highway code goes live later this month - By the end of October highway authorities must be fully compliant with the UKRLG code of practice ‘Well-managed Highway Infrastructure’ including the need to have adopted a risk based approach to maintenance. Authorities are getting to grips with this and the U...

Transportation Professional - news article 30/10/18
Transportation Professional January/February 2013

Pan London contracts to test local collaboration: The process behind developing the London Highway Alliance Contracts demonstrates that client and contracting sectors can work together and drive out inefficiencies in the highways sector....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/01/13
Transportation Professional January/February 2014

Chairmen of the four UK Roads Liaison Group boards report on progress made in the last year and what can be expected in 2014....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/01/14
Transportation Professional July-August 2017

Reflections on how the roads group and its boards have grown - Bridges Board chair Dana Skelley is stepping away from the UKRLG. Here she offers her thoughts on how the group has fared over the last 16 years. The update also includes a piece on the merits and challenges of using inspection drones....

Transportation Professional - news article 17/07/17
Transportation Professional January 2016

Roads sector collaborates to spread best practice Research is being compiled by the UKRLG to help practitioners deliver essential services in a whole host of areas, from reaching Level 2 BIM and managing safety critical fixings, to carrying out SCANNER surveys and looking after road sign lighting....

Transportation Professional - news article 5/01/16
1 2 3 4 5 6 Next