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Calls are being made for all smart motorways to be scrapped after the Government announced that it was cancelling new schemes following safety concerns.
The Government has announced £47.5 million of new funding for local authorities to improve safety on 27 of England's’s most dangerous roads.
A new safety report by Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has highlighted issues with the technology used on smart motorways to identify stopped vehicles in live lanes.
Transport for London is inviting private sector companies to develop technology that could help it tackle issues caused by roadworks for construction and utilities work as part of an innovation challenge.
Plans to reduce the national speed limit in Wales on residential roads and pedestrian streets will form part of the Welsh Government’s legislative priorities.
Road deaths in the UK dropped for the first time in eight years during 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, which saw a reduction in traffic levels.
A tyre solution that utilises artificial intelligence (AI) and sensors to help predict breakdowns has been launched for last-mile delivery and cargo vans.
Safety improvements to existing smart motorways will be brought forward and no ALR motorway will be open without radar technology to detect stopped vehicles.
This Highways England report sets out the progress it has made against the action plan published in 2020 to boost smart motorway safety.
A new behavioural artificial intelligence (AI) system claims to prevent more than 90% of crashes by predicting the actions of pedestrians and other road users.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed it will set out the future for smart motorways this summer.
A South Yorkshire, police crime commissioner (PCC) has written to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, calling for a ban on smart motorways.
The UK has been highlighted as performing poorly against agreed EU targets of halving road deaths by 2020.
Seven commuter towns across the southeast have benefited from ‘smart’ traffic lights which reduce waiting times for drivers at roadworks.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has accelerated plans to fix potholes and improve roads in a shake-up of transport infrastructure spending.
Ambitious plans to reduce road deaths in London published as Capital sees a sharp increase in speeding during lockdown.