Troxler Electronic Laboratories, Inc., the global leader in testing and measurement equipment for the road construction industry, and TestQuip, LLC, a producer of high quality crack testing equipment and accessories for contractors, states and research groups, announce today the purchase of TestQuip by Troxler.
Taiwan was the first country in the world to shift all 926 kilometres of its freeways from flat-rate tolling to distance-based, pay-as-you-go tolling, thanks to Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection (FETC).
3M has pledged support as a founding donor to a newly established United Nations Road Safety Trust Fund.
Since the Road Zipper movable barrier system was installed on the Golden Gate Bridge in 2015, there have been no head-on collisions.
IRF Member Road Safety Support International (RSSi) today received a prestigious Royal business award in recognition of the company’s efforts to reduce road casualties across the world.
Held in Zadar (Croatia) on May 17-19, 2018, CETRA 2018 aims to provide a forum for dialogue on important issues across all disciplines and aspects of the road and rail sectors.
Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Co won the Private Sector Excellence Award at the World Information Technology And Services Alliance’s (WITSA) Global Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Excellence Award.
Washington State Transportation Commission (WSTC) has selected emovis to provide services in the state Road Usage Charge (RUC) Pilot Project. emovis will implement a cloud hosted back office and provide On-Board Diagnostic System Unit (OBD-II) and App technology to record road users’ mileage and collect their Road Usage Charge. For some users, this will involve a collection of real charges in a complete end to end road charging chain.
The World Bank’s updated Environmental and Social Framework provides new traffic safety safeguards applicable to all loans and grants with road construction components. It represents a major achievement for all safety advocates and echoes calls formulated by IRF.
In order to maximize the impact of this opportunity, ASEAN countries need to strategically prioritize their upcoming road and transport investments; missing road links need to be completed and existing road infrastructure links needs to be upgraded.
A summary of lessons learned from the Woodrow Wilson Bridge project (Virginia, USA)
Saudi Arabia awards SR5.6bn in road projects contracts Saudi transport minister, Jabara Al-Seraisry has signed contracts worth SR5.6bn to implement 68 new road projects in various parts of the country, Arab News has reported. The new contracts are set to be awarded shortly to carry out remaining projects approved by this year's budget, the minister...
Three consortia to start building Riyadh transport project in Q1 2014 Saudi Arabia's Arriyadh Development Authority (ADA) has said three foreign-led consortia will supervise the design and construction of the new $22.5bn (SR84.4bn) automated Riyadh Public Transport Project (RPTP), Arab News has reported. Full article // Source: AMEinfo.com
Louis Berger and Hill for $265m Riyadh Metro New Jersey-based global firms chosen to manage construction of three of the six lines for the Saudi Arabian capital's new metro system. Full article // Source: ConstructionDigital.com
Saudi Arabia recruited 33% more foreign construction workers in 2012 The Saudi labour ministry has said the number of work visas issued to the country's construction sector accounted for 58% of the total work visas issued by the ministry last year, Arab News has reported. In 2012, the ministry issued nearly 1.6 million work visas,...