The shortlist for this year’s Highways Awards is as follows:
WJ Group, Kier & Highways England
M55/M6 High Specification
Road Marking Upgrade
Amey & Transport Scotland
Solar Stud Programme
Lancashire County Council
The Road Marking Project of the Year 2017 will be awarded to an organisation or highway authority, including joint submissions with the client and marking contractors/manufacturers, that has implemented a scheme or project which has improved road safety or network efficiency by making a significant improvement to road markings as a substantial part of the scheme. Other initiative and innovative ideas used in the scheme will be considered. The scheme must have been implemented within the past two years and have sufficient statistical evidence of its success.
- Outline the objectives of the scheme and how they were met.
- Provide evidence of the safety benefits to the highway authority and road users.
- Provide details on the standard and innovative quality of materials/products in terms of quality and value for money.
- Give details on any client/supply chain partnership that contributed to the scheme.
- Outline the overall impact on the environment.
Clearview Intelligence Ltd, Transport Scotland,
BEAR Scotland, Edinburgh Napier University, Amey
A720 Sheriffhall Roundabout; Lane Transgression Mitigation
with the Intelligent Road Stud
This collaborative project to design and implement an innovative intelligent road stud scheme has been independently proven to reduce vehicle lane transgressions on roundabouts.
The developed solution is transferable to numerous other sites throughout the UK
2016 runners up
Hitex International Group
And Coventry City Council
20mph zones and TexPrint Roundel
In-laid Road Marking Scheme
Belfast Bicycle Infrastructure Project – Scheme 1
WJ Group and Costain
M1 Junction 28-31 Smart Motorway