Safety

Achieving zero harm on roads across Europe – challenges for the next five to ten years

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Delivering Vision Zero will be challenging and resource intensive. The timeframe for delivery also requires focus on what matters most in reducing the number and severity of casualties says Jeremy Phillips, leader of CEDR’s Working Group on Road Safety The ambition to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries (KSI) on our road networks, often …

Embedding a decarbonisation culture into the highways sector

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We need to see a cultural change towards approaches to carbon, says John Dixon, Jacobs’ Vice President and Highways Market Director, and we should take inspiration from the transformationl improvements in safety achieved within the sector over the last 20 years Over the last 20 years we can take pride in the transformational improvements made …

How vehicle sensor data is underpinning a revolution in road safety

How vehicle sensor data is underpinning a revolution in road safety

Steve Birdsall, CEO of Gaist, provider of roadscape insight and intelligence services, explains the very real possibility of a revolution in road safety In the past decade, the role of data within the built environment has changed dramatically. An explosion in the information available to infrastructure asset owners and operators, the emergence of technologies and …

UK Connected and Automated Mobility Roadmap to 2030

The UK Connected and Automated MobilityRoadmap to 2030, launched this week by Zenzic, the government-backed organisation set up to accelerate the self-driving revolution, offers a neutral, independent, collaboratively built and jointly owned agreement on a vision of the future. It’s clear that having the right infrastructure at the right time is vital and, says Zenzic’s Head of Technology Mark Cracknell, the voice of the Highways community is a critical part of the early exploratory discussions