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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.
IHE President Richard Hayes appeared on BBC Breakfast this morning to talk about the increasing problem of potholes and give his view on how local authorities should be tackling the matter.
The start of a new year means it's time for IHE members to renew their 2014 membership. It's easy to pay your subscription online in the members area of the IHE website.
New guidance notes with advice on designing shared space schemes from the point of view of blind or partially sighted people are now available on the IHE website.
The IHE launched a new professional certificate in Cycle Infrastructure Planning and Design at an exclusive cycle conference held in Leeds yesterday and hosted by DfT, WYPTE and ADEPT.
IHE President Richard Hayes has voiced his support for the Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) national strategy released last week.
IHE has announced a new February slot for its sellout Asphalt and Road Surfacing Materials one-day course.
The Institute of Highway Engineers is set to launch a new Professional Certificate in Road Safety Engineering by the end of this year.
The Road Safety Foundation’s recently released 2013 British EuropRap results highlight the challenges faced to improve the safety of our local 'A' road network, says the Institute of Highway Engineers.
Urgent action is needed to prevent local roads from falling into further disrepair, according to a new report co-sponsored by the Institute of Highway Engineers and the Asphalt Industry Alliance.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Network Surfacing Team has won the IHE co-sponsored Team of the Year Award at this year’s Highways Magazine Excellence Awards.
Transport Minister Norman Baker MP announced major changes to traffic sign illumination at the IHE Traffic Signs conference held on 18th September in Birmingham.
The IHE today announced Transport Minister Norman Baker is due to speak at its Traffic Signs 2013 Conference on 18 September 2013 in Birmingham.