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Motorists in Northamptonshire have been targeted for speeding offences as part of the week-long National Road Safety Week campaign. The aim of the... continue
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A new coalition has been formed to promote the introduction of more 20mph speed limits and encourage drivers to drive at 20mph near homes, schools... continue
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Some 1,901 people were killed in road accidents in 2011, a 3%  rise over the previous year. The statistics from the Department for Transport... continue
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Feature
Patrick McDonnell
It is now nearly a year since Southend-on-Sea’s introduction of average speed cameras to enforce a 20mph speed limit along its seafront. The... continue
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Patrick McDonnell
The tragic death of a 5-year-old boy on a busy road in Elephant & Castle, south London, has thrown into sharp relief concerns about road safety... continue
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Deniz Huseyin
A CCTV car has started patrolling schools in Oldham in a bid to tackle disruptive parking. Oldham Council said the Toyota IQ car cost £8,500... continue
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Motorists who park or stop illegally on roads outside schools in Brighton & Hove could face instant fines under a new crackdown to improve... continue
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City wardens in Aberdeen visited a number of primary schools across the city as part of Road Safety Week, which ran from 19 to 23 November. The... continue
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Men are 6.4% more likely than women to pass their practical driving test, according to research by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). But... continue
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Feature
Steve Brown
For parking and highways managers across the UK, the subject of road safety is always a high priority. Indeed, many traffic regulation orders (TROs)... continue
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Safer Parking
Fire crews are losing precious minutes when attending emergencies because of inconsiderate parking in the town of Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland.... continue
Categories: safety, Scotland
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Crime
Vandals have blown up parking machines for the eighth successive year in Lewes, East Sussex. Fireworks were set off in two pay & display machines... continue
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Mark Moran
Calls for the compulsory regular inspection of Britain’s 4,000 multi-storey car parks have gained momentum after a success of collapses in... continue
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Case Studies Lead Story
Mark Moran
Car parks are important structures and should be designed with thoughtfulness and creativity as well as an eye on the overall budget. One design... continue
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Case Studies
Mark Moran
One of Britain’s earliest multi-storey car parks is undergoing a dramatic transformation designed by architects Potter & Holmes. The Talbot... continue
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Case Studies
The 1,600-space multi-storey car park at Basildon University Hospital was built in 2008 at a cost of £8m. This investment paid off when it was... continue
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Case Studies
Macclesfield’s Jordangate multi-storey car park, owned by Cheshire County Council, has undergone an extensive refurbishment carried out by... continue
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Case Studies
Mark Moran
Chinatown is one of the West End’s most vibrant areas, which makes the Chinatown car park a vital gateway. Its location means it offers easy... continue
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Developments
A new solar panel array being installed at the Gunwharf Quays shopping centre in Portsmouth will generate 35% of the power needed to run its... continue
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Car park design
The car park serving Wolverhampton’s Mander shopping centre has been refurbished. Property ageny DTZ hired specialist car park contractors... continue
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