IHE President John Nightingale blogs his views on the highways industry.
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The IHE joined forces with industry bodies CIHT, ACE, ICE and CPA to welcome the introduction of the Infrastructure Act into law on February 12.
IHE corporate sponsor and the UK’s specialist road marking group, WJ Linkline Group, has consolidated its regional business under a new brand called WJ.
The IHE has announced Professor Margaret Bell as an IHE Honorary Fellow as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations.
The first ever National Pothole Day is being held today to highlight the pothole problem on the UK’s road network.
A free seminar looking at 'Designing effective cycle infrastructure: What really works?' will be held at Transport for Greater Manchester on 28 January from 3-5.30pm.
IHE welcomes longer term funding announcement but overall level of funding remains insufficient to repair backlog of maintenance work.
The IHE has clarified recent inaccurate media coverage stating signs not considered safety critical do not require lighting from March next year.
New guidance on reducing street clutter has been launched with input from the Institute of Highway Engineers.
The IHE has backed the government’s Road Investment Strategy (RIS) launched on December 1.
The IHE has joined forces with leading industry partners and called on the government to finalise its Infrastructure Bill ahead of next year’s General Election.
The DfT has published the majority of the results of its consultation on the TSRGD which includes the revival of a proposal for all new height, width and length limit signs to show both imperial and metric units.
EM Highway Services Ltd and Croydon Council’s Flood Response Team have won the IHE’s co-sponsored Team of the Year Award at this year’s Highways Magazine Excellence Awards.
The IHE has introduced a new grade to accredit the skills of apprentices working in the highways sector.
The upcoming seminar to be held at University College London on November 4 looks at the widely reported pedestrian and cycle conflict and asks, just how prevalent is it?
The annual JCT Traffic Signals symposium took place at Warwick University on 18-19 September. Working signal engineers, manufacturers and suppliers were on hand at the symposium to present and discuss a diverse range of traffic signal related issues.
The IHE strongly supports the findings of the report into the maintenance of strategic infrastructure released by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today.
Notice is hereby given that an EGM of the members of the Institute of Highway Engineers will be held at The Old Town Hall, Northgate Street, Chester on 22 October 2014 at 1645hrs.
A new, free lunchtime seminar series to tackle the issues facing cycling infrastructure specialists has been launched by IHE and its industry partners.
The IHE wants to hear from any members who took part in the national ‘Cycle to Work Day’ held across the UK on 4th September.