Tag : highways
Spanish infrastructure firm Ferrovial has recorded an £84M loss in the first quarter of 2019, down from a £138M loss recorded this time last year.
Brighton and Hove City Council has received £550,000 of government funding to tackle potholes.
The true scale of the cost of remodelling junctions and footbridges under the condemned Churchill flyovers in Liverpool has been revealed.
Green light for trans-Pennine roads upgrade study Subscription
Highways England has announced a new feasibility study for major improvements to road links along the trans-Pennine corridor.
£300M Tees Crossing consultation launched Subscription
A consultation on a £300M crossing for the Tees Valley to relieve pressure on the A19 Tees Viaduct between Middlesbrough and Billingham has been launched.
As Highways England reaches the halfway point in its road maintenance shake up, New Civil Engineer looks back at how things were, how things are and asks if things have really changed.
Half a million pounds has been set aside by the West of England Combined Authority (Weca) to complete a bypass that has been unfinished for nearly half a century.
Analysis by the RAC Foundation has shown that local highway authorities across the country are increasingly adopting a risk-based approach to fixing road defects.
Highways contractor Kier has apologised after works it carried out to resurface carriageways in Lincolnshire failed.
Major roads funding scheme met with scepticism Subscription
Investment guidance from the government on new Major Road Network (MRN) funding has been met with scepticism by sub-national bodies.