RedRay has joined the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) as a consultant member.
The company provides bespoke commercial and project management consultancy services to the built environment, infrastructure and transport industries.
Shaun Reddin, Managing Director of RedRay commented:
“RedRay are delighted to join the LCRIG highways community. These are challenging times and we are firm believers in the collaborative approach adopted by LCRIG to enable innovation that leads to an improved and safer experience for all road users.
“We look forward to working with all LCRIG members so that we can all make a positive contribution to the highways community.”
A UK-wide £150,000 competition by the Trustees of the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund will close on 22nd October. The Trustees are offering grants of up to a possible £150,000, plus cash prizes of £5,000 for schools – to encourage new and creative thinking about what road users, and society as a whole, expect from the roads of the future.
Honouring the former council leader, who passed away in 2019, ‘Terry O’Neill Way’ is a 1.5km cycleway, with a brand new tarmac path, running between Hayley Road South in Burtonwood village, Warrington, and J8 of the M62.
TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) has published a paper to stimulate discussion among local authorities about the need and the means to achieve an integrated toolkit to improve decisions in highways asset management.