• The future of MaaS transportation

    If asked to visualise the future of transport, you might first be tempted to imagine flying cars, Hyper-loop trains or autonomous vehicles. However, the truth is, it will be the way we better use of current transport, rather than any new types of vehicle, which will transform how we get from A to B in the near future.

  • Compliance analysis on the M25 J23-27 Smart Motorway

    Highways England commissioned Atkins to monitor and evaluate the impact of the M25 J23-27 smart motorway all lane running (SM-ALR) scheme, and this article presents an overview of how the compliance results have been achieved.

  • Technology in Indian highways

    The south Asian country of India is the second most populated country with the highest population density in the world. The country is rapidly expanding its road network to meet its increasing vehicle population...

  • Doing more with less

    A platform-based approach to deploying CCTV enforcement


    Delivering smart mobility through an open and scalable data platform

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