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Transportation Professional Nov 2010

Survey backs relaxation of traffic order advertising A UK Network Management Board survey has found the majority of local highway authorities want more flexibility in statutory requirements for notifying the public of Traffic Regulation Orders. The current approach can be costly and inefficient, writes Board Chairm...

Transportation Professional - news article 1/11/10
Transportation Professional April 2010

UK Roads Liaison Group: facing difficult realities The UK Roads Liaison Group has an important role to play, but will need to sharpen its focus on key issues of efficiency, climate change and risk....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/04/10
Transportation Professional November 2011

Good practice for running the electronic highway The Roads Liaison Group has launched a new Code of Practice for electronic traffic equipment writes Justin Ward. Also in this update: news on RLG’s input into guidance to help highway authorities manage their assets and training plans for bridge inspectors....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/11/11
Transportation Professional August/September 2013

Transport Scotland has strengthened its approach to managing severe weather incidents on the trunk road network through its new 4G maintenance contracts and Traffic Control Centre...

Transportation Professional - news article 1/08/13
Transportation Professional June 2010

Road surveys strengthen intellectual rigour The National Road Condition Survey is back, momentum is building towards Whole of Government Accounts and highway authorities now have a lot of useful data at their disposal. All can help build the case for greater investment says the UK Roads Board....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/06/10
Transportation Professional Jan-Feb 2010

UK Bridges Board: Hoping for help on key issues Inquiries into bridge failures that followed heavy flooding in Cumbria should have helped raise awareness of issues considered vital for the UK Bridges Board. Over a year after the flooding, a number of important projects still await funding....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/01/10
Transportation Professional June 2013

The UK Roads Liaison Group has endorsed and taken ownership of the new ‘Highway infrastructure asset management’ guidance funded and developed through the Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme (HMEP)....

Transportation Professional - news article 1/06/13
Transportation Professional March 2009

UKRLG: Speaking to and for UK government on transportation The UK Roads Liaison Group does exactly what its title suggests, bringing together national and local government from around the UK to consider roads infrastructure engineering and operation, and to disseminate best practice. It was established in 2001 and...

Transportation Professional - news article 31/03/09
Transportation Professional July-Aug 2009

Bridges Board gains strength from enthusiasm Problems for discussion have changed in nature, but sharing of best practice is important as ever for the UK Bridges Board, led by its new Chairman Greg Perks....

Transportation Professional - news article 18/07/09
Transportation Professional March 2014

Local authorities all set for a change to funding allocations: good feedback has greeted publication of a new document into efficient delivery of funding on the highway...

Transportation Professional - news article 1/03/14
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