Next Tuesday will see the launch of a new publication in LCRIG which has been written by our Marketing Manager, Shelley. It’s a publication that will be issued once a quarter and represents a Members update addressing all of the things we achieved during the course of 2021 and what we are targeting to deliver in 2022.
There is no doubt that the whole LCRIG team has been ‘flat out’ all year and we have rarely taken the time to sit back and reflect on the progress we have made. Whilst I have not seen the final publication as yet, Shelley shared with me a simple list of our achievements which somewhat substantiates that sense of busyness the whole team has experienced.
All of our Members have played a key role in our success by participating in events from Strictly Highways, guiding the Innovation Board or contributing to one of our many webinars and you have my sincere thanks for the contributions you have made.
Whilst its nice to look back at our achievements our attentions will soon need to switch to the future and what we hope to achieve next year.
By working with other industry partners such as DfT, TTF, ADEPT, IHE, LGTAG, CIHT, MHA, RSTA and others we have been building an outline programme of work for the year ahead. This includes what in my opinion represent, industry changing initiatives, such as the development and implementation of the LCRIG DPS to speed up access to new innovative products and services and the creation of a new training platform which is also being supported by the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund.
The list goes on, and not least includes Strictly 2022 which I sincerely hope will be a face-to-face event – I’m looking forward to that so much.
So keep a watchful eye out for what I know will be a fantastic publication by Shelley next week.
Collaboration | Environment | Our Work | 26 January 2022
There's still time to register for the Local Council Roads Innovation Group's (LCRIG) first #AsktheDfT event of 2022. Members are invited to put their questions about active travel directly to senior personnel from the Department for Transport (DfT) but must submit questions in advance of the session which is taking place on 8 February.
Martin Duffy, Chief Executive of the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG), updates members on the progress of the LCRIG DPS, following consultation meetings with representatives from councils and the supply chain.