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What can collaborative working mean to the highways industry?

July 10th 2019 / Andrew R/ Links: News / Commentary

How can collaborative working add to the effectiveness of working in the highways industry? Find out in our latest blog.

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Why road users are right to demand an end to the pothole crisis

May 16th 2019 / Michelle C/ Links: News / Commentary

Right now, it appears there is no greater concern for motorists in the UK than potholes. Which is not surprising given drivers are spending over £4bn a year repairing damage from potholes to their cars. Drivers have consistently expressed their concern over the state of the roads and it’s time we listened to them and brought our ageing infrastructure up to date. Yet, the funding we will go on to outline is not enough to deliver this. That’s why a new approach is needed.

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Reviewing smart motorways part 3: Are there alternatives to smart motorways?

March 7th 2019 / Michelle C/ Links: Route Safety Ramp Metering MIDAS News / Commentary

So far in this series, we’ve considered the public sentiment towards smart motorways and their safety record. Now we consider the alternative solutions to the additional capacity we require. We need to address the huge and growing issue of congestion in this country by increasing capacity on the road network. Smart motorway schemes are far less costly than traditional motorway widening schemes so we may need to find a way to make them work.

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Reviewing smart motorways part 2: Are smart motorways safe?

March 7th 2019 / Michelle C/ Links: Route Safety Ramp Metering MIDAS News / Commentary

In the first part of our smart motorways series we looked at the different types of smart motorway, why they were introduced and the specific road safety concerns regarding all lane running (ALR) schemes and the dangers they pose to roadside recovery workers. Now we’ll consider the safety record of smart motorways and whether they are more or less safe than a normal motorway.

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Reviewing smart motorways part 1: Do we need to put the brakes on smart motorways?

March 7th 2019 / Michelle C/ Links: Route Safety Ramp Metering MIDAS News / Commentary

Almost all of us use the motorway network as part of our travels across the country and as Smart Motorways are continuing to be rolled out, we are all developing opinions and perhaps some understanding on their positive and negative impacts. In this series of blogs, we explore how ideas on future developments can create a positive outcome in developing the UK’s roads.

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Clearview Intelligence’s Top 10 Blogs of 2018

January 3rd 2019 / Michelle C/ Links: News / Commentary

The start of a new year marks a time for reflection and contemplation as we think back to what we’ve achieved in 2018 and what we hope to achieve in 2019. Once again, we have reflected on the themes and issues discussed in our blogs throughout the year and have picked out our ten favourites to ease you back into work following the holiday break. Here’s our Top 10 from 2018—in reverse order from 10 to 1.

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Innovation, celebration and relocation: Clearview Intelligence reflects on 2018

December 20th 2018 / Jemma C/ Links: News / Commentary

With Christmas and New Year now upon us, we have entered a natural period of reflection; a chance to look back on what has been achieved in 2018 and how this will influence our goals in 2019.

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Meet the Team: Chris Keenan, General Manager Scotland

November 22nd 2018 / Michelle C/ Links: Route Safety Ramp Metering MIDAS News / Commentary

In this article, Chris Keenan explains what’s involved in his role and discusses his journey from site supervisor to General Manager Scotland over the 12 years he's been with Clearview.

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Council budgets are on the road to nowhere

November 15th 2018 / Jemma C/ Links: News / Commentary

The financial pressure on local authorities is soaring and across the UK, local government reform is hitting the headlines as councils react to growing service demands and reducing budgets.

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