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NCE Live News Updates 3 May 2013: 43 now in for CARE Construction Challenge

More than 170 engineers are now lined up to take part in this year’s CARE Construction Challenge after entries passed the 40 mark.

14:44: London transport commissioner Peter Hendy claimed £1,169 for taxi rides in the first three months of the year, according to expense claims of Transport for London bosses, published today.

14:26: Entries for the CARE Construction Challenge have now hit 43, with Mott MacDonald leading the way with five teams. The CARE Construction Challenge is the ultimate team building challenge for the construction and property industries. Taking place in the scenic Exmoor National Park on 6 July 2013, the multi-terrain trail challenge takes competitors through forest and moor on foot, before moving on to a cycle route through woodland around Wimbleball Lake, before the final section, a kayak relay. Find out more here.

09:43: More than 4,700 HGV drivers have now completed Crossrail’s driver training course, which aims to educate drivers about vulnerable road users.

Its requirements have led to HGVs working on Crossrail contracts to install safety equipment worth around £1,250.

NCE has joined a campaign calling for greater cycle safety on Britain’s roads. Read more about it here.

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