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Highways Agency looks for partners

Civils 2000

THE HIGHWAYS Agency will be putting its integrated transport initiatives to the fore at Civils 2000.

The transport debate has stepped up a gear since the Agency showed at Civils 98. And since then, it has taken on a new role as network operator, ushering in new ways of working.

'We are placing heightened emphasis on quality and aiming to partner with others operating in the transport and civil engineering fields. Integrated transport has had a major impact on our industry,' said a spokesman.

'Birmingham will be an important place for meeting people in civil engineering and construction.'

The Agency is aiming for face- to-face contact with organisations that will help develop and deliver integrated transport solutions.

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