Traffex crowdNow in its 26th year, the International traffic management, road safety, parking, ITS and highway maintenance exhibition – Traffex – will return to the NEC in Birmingham from 16th–18th April with ground-breaking new features, brand new discussions and over 350 exhibitors

Traffic managementProfessor Stephen Glaister, director of the RAC Foundation, discusses possible ways of ensuring the road network of tomorrow meets the needs of commerce and individuals

Martin Böhm of AustriaTech explains In-Time – an intelligent and efficient travel management system for Europe

Wherever you’re driving, cycling, walking or taking public transport, Reading Council’s traffic management system will help you to get around more easily

The world’s most authoritative trade fair for traffic technology celebrates 20th edition

Intertraffic Istanbul, one of the largest international trade fair for infrastructure, traffic management, safety and parking takes place on 27 - 29 May 2009 at Istanbul Expo Center, Turkey

The wait is almost over for this year’s Traffex, co-located with Parkex and Street Design

A significant proportion of motorists think that cameras concentrate on raising money rather than improving road safety. Think again

European Transport Commissioner Antonio Tajni answers Transport Business’ questions about the main issues affecting road transport within Europe, toll schemes and targets for reducing carbon emissions

Delivering better transport means delivering on devolution, says Caroline Green - senior policy consultant, working on transport policy at the Local Government Association

Sandra Heavenstone talks to newly appointed Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, about his plans for reforming the congestion charge and improving traffic flow in the capital

Tachographs have been a familiar sight in the cab of European commercial vehicles for over twenty years, or over forty if you are driving a German vehicle. Now, the IRTE launches a guide to tachograph compliance

John Jarvis, Transport director, the Northern Way, talks to Transport Business Commissioning Editor Sandra Heavenstone, about how the regions of the North of England plan to work together to improve the sustainable economic development of the North.

RFID is demonstrating huge versatility in terms of its ability to enable solutions within applications in the transportation sector