• CIHT responds to ‘Investing in Britain’s Future’

    The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander today gave more detail behind some of the key announcements outlined in yesterday’s Comprehensive Spending Review.

  • CIHT welcomes first female President

    The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) is pleased to announce the inauguration of Sheila Holden as its new President for 2013/14.

  • CIHT Awards 2013 - who won at this year's awards?

    Professionals from the highways and transportation industry came together last night to celebrate a wide range of remarkable schemes and initiatives at the prestigious CIHT Awards 2013.

  • Don’t forget about our local roads – CIHT calls for investment in UK infrastructure

    CIHT has submitted a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer highlighting the important role played by transport infrastructure. CIHT specifically called for the Comprehensive Spending Review to ‘ensure that the maintenance of the local road network is sufficiently funded’.

  • CIHT: Is infrastructure a budget priority?

    CIHT welcomes the 2013 Budget’s acknowledgement that infrastructure is a key economic policy priority. Investment in a fully functioning transport infrastructure is essential to underpinning a successful economy and has been at the forefront of CIHT’s vision for a prosperous economic future for the UK.

  • CIHT: Coalition midterm review - transport policy analysis

    Today the Coalition Government announced their midterm review. In this review, they highlighted that they are to focus on delivery and investment in UK infrastructure

  • CIHT comments on Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement

    CIHT welcomes the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement committing further investment to the UK’s transport infrastructure. A fully functioning transport infrastructure is essential to underpinning a successful economy and has been at the forefront of CIHT’s vision for a prosperous economic future for the UK.

  • CIHT: John Smart BSc CEng FCIHT MICE - obituary

    John Smart, the well known and popular Director of Policy and Technical Affairs at the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) died suddenly in November at the age of 55 after a very short illness.

  • Engineering Technicians to become qualified through CIHT

    Individuals in the highways and transportation industry will now be able to gain EngTech status through CIHT following recent accreditation from the Engineering Council.

  • CIHT: £40bn Investment Plan must help UK compete globally

    CIHT welcome the Government's announcement that it will underwrite up to £40bn of investment in infrastructure. The Government has acknowledged the need to try to kick start the stalled infrastructure projects that have been outlined in the National Infrastructure Plan.

  • David Anderson – CIHT President for 2012 – 13

    The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) is pleased to announce the inauguration of David Anderson as its new President for 2012/13. At his inaugural meeting David set out his aims for CIHT in the Institution’s 82nd year. Read more here.

  • IET: Students battle it out in engineering challenge grand final

    Students from three schools will battle it out to be crowned the winners of a UK engineering challenge.

  • CIHT & SoRSA to Award Highways Agency Certificate of Competency

    The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) & the Society of Road Safety Auditors (SoRSA) are to award a new Road Safety Audit Certificate of Competency on behalf of the Highways Agency.

  • CIHT Awards 2012 Winners Announced

    The 7th Annual CIHT Awards ceremony took place last night at Gibson Hall, London. The CIHT Awards are a celebration of the highways and transportation industry; it is an opportunity to reward the remarkable achievements of those working in the sector and to promote this professionalism and best practice to a wider industry audience.

  • CIHT on A Fresh Start for the Strategic Road Network

    The Department for Transport (DfT) released its response to Alan Cooks report ‘A Fresh Start for the Strategic Road Network’ which was published in November 2011.

  • CIHT: Residential Parking gets improved guidance

    The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) and The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) have launched a new guidance note for residential parking aimed at professionals working in the highways and transport industry.

  • CIHT: Industry Transport Planners have their say

    The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) and the Transport Planning Society have just carried out a survey to discover the industry’s views on the Transport Planning Professional (TPP) qualification.

  • CIHT has submitted its response to the Department for Transport’s (DfTs) Devolving Local Major Transport Schemes Consultation.

    The Devolving Local Major Transport Schemes consultation reflects the government’s clear ambitions for Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and the desire to engage businesses and the private sector in the decision making process.

  • CIHT ask "is 2012 Budget good news for transport?"

    CIHT is pleased that the 2012 Budget acknowledges the importance of transport infrastructure to the UK's economy. Investment in a fully functioning transport infrastructure is essential to underpinning a successful economy and has been at the forefront of CIHT’s vision for a prosperous economic future for the UK.

  • CIHT comment on Proposed Road Privatisation

    The government today announced proposals to carry out a feasibility study looking at how private sector funds could be used to fund road maintenance, improvements and construction.

  • CIHT: Transport Industry Responds to Challenge

    Key highways and transportation practitioners revealed today told how the industry can successfully respond to the economic, social and environmental challenges they currently face.

  • CIHT: Transportation industry sets challenge and provides infrastructure funding solutions

    The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) and infrastructure specialists Parsons Brinckerhoff and Balfour Beatty today launched the results of an initiative that provides a detailed ‘route map’ for change and suggests new and innovative models for funding transport infrastructure.

  • CIHT: A new approach to safety and civility for rural roads

    Traffic in Villages: A Toolkit for Communities will be launched at the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) on Tuesday 6 December and has been long awaited by professionals and communities alike. Endorsed by CIHT, CPRE, the RTPI and others, it builds on the principles that Manual for Streets and Manual for Streets 2 has introduced for urban communities, helping them to find new solutions for getting a better balance for people and place in rural streets and spaces.

  • CIHT on Autumn Statement: Investment in transport underpins successful economy

    CIHT welcomes the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s recognition of the importance of transport infrastructure to the UK's economy. Investment in a fully functioning transport infrastructure is essential to underpinning a successful economy and has been at the forefront of CIHT’s vision for a prosperous economic future for the UK.

  • CIHT Transport Manifesto Launched

    CIHT has today launched it ‘Future for Highways & Transportation’ manifesto that outlines the Institution’s proposals and views on key issues affecting the industry today.

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