25 October 2023 | Collaboration | Our Work

LCRIG welcomes two new members

The Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) is delighted to welcome Zenzic as an Associate Member, and Leicester City Council as a Council Member.


Zenzic promotes and enables UK organisations to play an impactful role in the future of mobility, by leveraging the power of innovation, through collaboration, Zenzic promotes and enables UK organisations to play an impactful role in the future of mobility.

Mark Cracknell, Programme Director – CAM, said: “Zenzic is committed to fostering collaboration across sectors in the UK Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) ecosystem. Local authorities play a pivotal role in delivering safe and successful deployment of CAM, and our membership of LCRIG enables us to engage with this vital network, promoting participation and knowledge-sharing, and facilitating workshops and webinars for industry, academia, and government collaboration”.


Leicester City Council is a unitary authority responsible for local government in the city of Leicester, England.

Jay Parmar, Team Leader – Traffic Management, said: “Leicester City Council is delighted to join the LCRIG community. It gives us the opportunity to share experiences and keep up to date with the latest ideas and technological developments across the transport sector”.




LCRIG provides Members with a unique platform to engage with councils, the DfT and the wider highways community.

By joining LCRIG you will connect with a community of like-minded councils, organisations and individuals, all of whom are driving change through innovation and technological advances across the local roads network.

Fully-funded places are available for public sector members, and discounted rates are available for private sector members at LCRIG events.

LCRIG has four membership types:

Local highway authorities and ‘Teckal’ organisations.

Organisations providing products or services to the highways sector.

Government and professional bodies, associations, working/research groups.

Universities and academic research organisations.

As a Community Interest Company (CIC), accredited to ISO44001, the international standard for collaboration, LCRIG’s purpose is to ‘give back to the community’ and we are not for profit.

View our Membership Services here or contact us to find out more.