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National Highways announces winners of roadworks innovation competition
A trio of winning ideas are to be trialled with National Highways which will use the latest technology to help ease the pain of roadworks for drivers, businesses and local communities.
New accelerator seeks innovators with ideas to manage road hazards
Funding of up to £90,000 is available to small and medium sized companies with technologies that could improve safety on National Highways’ roads, by better managing hazards.
West Midlands tech innovators selected to help improve public services
A cohort of innovators selected to take part in the DIATOMIC Accelerator will receive expert support and the opportunity to access funding for live trials.
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Oldham aims high with healthier housing
Retrofitting homes can improve quality of life and reduce carbon emissions, and is the focus of a new project to be carried out with one local authority in northern England.
Innovators take aim at roadworks pain: National Highways competition winners announced
Competition announces winning companies that aim to improve people’s experience of roadworks.
UK’s first Evidence Centre for Inclusive Transport secures £20m Motability grant
New centre will work with disabled people, disabled people’s organisations and stakeholders from across the transport industry to undertake research and develop solutions which aim to make transport accessible for everyone.
Bristol Temple Meads to become testbed for passenger tech
A multi-million pound programme will turn Bristol Temple Meads into the UK’s first ‘Station Innovation Zone’, trialling new technologies designed to upgrade passengers’ experience.
Sixth Cohort for Intelligent Mobility Accelerator announced
The Intelligent Mobility Accelerator supports start-ups with innovative solutions to improve the UK transport system.