Below you will find the latest blogs from leading figures within the Institution.
It's been a busy period for transport, with a number of consultations from parliament, Government and independent reviews. Here's an update from the policy and technical teams about some of those CIHT will be responding to.
In October 2018 the IPCC (Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change) published its “Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C”. It argued that limiting global warming to 1.5°C (rather than 2°C as agreed as part of the Cancun agreement) is necessary but would require ”rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society”.
The 7 of March saw Causeway both exhibit and present at The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation’s Annual Conference, held at the Victoria Park Plaza in London. The conference saw highways and transportation professionals from across the UK come together to discuss productivity in the sector.
CIHT has a vision is for world-class transportation infrastructure and services. The CIHT mission includes being able to fully demonstrate transport infrastructure’s contribution to a prosperous economy and a healthy and inclusive society.
This blog provides additional comments to the technical paper published in the January 2019 issue of Transportation Professional which up-dates both the highway authority and utility company views on the positive actions considered necessary to drive forward appropriate improvements in street works management.
Below you will find the latest blogs from Martin Tugwell, President, CIHT that highlight some of his activity throughout the year.
In selecting my Presidential theme; Shaping Tomorrow Today I wanted to highlight the tremendous contribution that’s made by our profession on a daily basis to helping individuals and businesses alike realise their potential.
Last week I attended an event organised by the Independent Transport Commission which is looking at the policy implications of changes in peak hour travel.