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JAG(UK) Training Courses The Joint Authorities Group (JAG(UK)) works on behalf of local authorities to promote excellence in road network and traffic management right across the UK. With the...

Is it appropriate for a street authority to have a blanket requirement that portable traffic signals are manually operated?

No, this practice is unacceptable and it conflicts with the safety code and statutory guidance on permit schemes. The safety code clearly indicates that vehicle actuation is the norm for portable...

Welsh Government Review of Training and Accreditation

The Welsh Government has launched a consultation on possible changes to The Street Works Regulations 1992.

JAG(UK) and GeoPlace help councils cut driver disruption

JAG(UK) and GeoPlace have produced guidance to help highway authorities to understand the requirements in preparing for the implementation of a permit scheme

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