April 19 2017
As the UK government confirms there will be a general election on June 8, CIHT will be issuing a series of calls of any future administration.
Daniel Isichei, Director of Communications, CIHT said:
"CIHT call for any new government to substantially invest in infrastructure and to recognise the importance of transportation to the UKs economic development both nationally and throughout the regions. We will also continue to highlight the important role transportation professionals play in the development of this economy and the need to ensure we have the required skills to deliver on any infrastructure investment."
Similarly, we will be calling for a future government to recognise transport infrastructure as an enabler of industry, business, housing and the success of the wider economy. Certainty of funding and investment is fundamental, so the on-going development of an industrial and housing strategies remains key."
CIHT will be issuing further briefs and announcements over the next few months.
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June 23 2017
Today is International Women in Engineering Day #INWED2017, an awareness campaign to celebrate the achievements of outstanding women in engineering and the transportation sector.
June 22 2017
The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) is pleased to announce the inauguration of Andreas Markides as its new President for 2017/18.
June 21 2017
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today unveiled his long-term ambition to transform the capital’s transport network and deliver a fairer, greener, healthier and more prosperous city for all Londoners. This is the start of a consultation running till 2 October 2017.