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The Secretary of State for Transport has published its independent review into the resilience of the transport network to extreme weather events.
The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) has joined forces with leading industry bodies to ensure that cycling professionals have the skills to plan and deliver the country’s growing cycling infrastructure.
The IHE has welcomed today‘s £168 million funding boost to help fill the country’s potholes but says the figure is only a fraction of the funds needed by local authorities.
The IHE recognised the outstanding achievements of its members at the Presidential Dinner held in Lincoln last week.
The IHE has launched the revised motorcycling guidelines in a brand new multi-platform website.
IHE Immediate Past President and Head of Highways at Hampshire CC, Steve Spender and IHE Chief Executive, Stephen Palmer recently attended a closed panel session to give evidence to the DfT.
Winners of the Mercia Branch Awards were announced in late April at a ceremony held at the Novotel in Birmingham.
The IHE and DfT’s first seminar on the proposed changes to the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions (TSRGD) has kicked off today in Birmingham.
The 2014 AGM of the Institute of Highway Engineers will be held on 12 June 2014 at The Hilton Doubletree Hotel, Brayford Wharf North, Lincoln, LN1 1YW commencing at 16:45hrs.
Due to overwhelming demand an extra London date has been added to the IHE & DfT TSRGD Roadshow events.
The IHE and DfT‘s Traffic Division will be holding specialist road shows across the UK this May and June to cover the proposed changes to the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions (TSRGD).
The IHE are pleased to announce the introduction of a brand new service for senior members wishing to achieve Professional Registration at Chartered level.
IHE President Richard Hayes has responded to the additional £140m funding for weather damaged roads announced by Transport Minister Patrick McLoughlin yesterday.
The IHE is looking for talented individuals to serve on Council who are passionate about the Institute and determined to drive forward the organisation on a number of fronts.
The Treasurer position is a pivotal role in the organisation and as an officer of the institute, you are a key part of the Executive Board management team.
The Transport Safety Commission is calling for evidence to guide its first inquiry under the banner “UK Travel Safety: Who is Responsible?”
The BBC has uncovered what the colourful spray markings on roads and pavements mean.
A new study by Design for Homes and endorsed by the IHE has found that reducing car parking on housing developments is largely ineffective in reducing levels of car use and ownership.
IHE President Richard Hayes has tackled claims that councils are considering abandoning parts of UK’s rural road network.
Potholes were the hot topic again this week with IHE President Richard Hayes appearing on Sky News to discuss the issue.