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Highways.Today Newsletter

21 January 2021 

Welcome to another Highways.Today newsletter.

The big news this week is the new US President taking office. Whatever your opinion, the change brings new opportunities for the construction market in the US as they plan to Build Back Better, and to modernise their infrastructure using sustainable and environmental methodologies.

The new administration will also see the US return to the global stage, with new trade deals, and international aid programmes, which will deliver confidence  and a positive impact to the global economy.

In last week's newsletter I asked if I should consider spinning off a printed version of Highways.Today. I had 174 responses - every one a resounding no! Thank you for the replies, it is great to see you actually read the newsletters, and for the votes of confidence.

Thanks again and stay safe. 

Anthony Davis - Editor

Featured articles from the past week

CASE crawler excavators at work throughout Europe on demanding jobsites
CASE crawler excavators at work throughout Europe on demanding jobsites
RetroTek retroreflectometer road marking scanning technology arrives in Australia
RetroTek retroreflectometer road marking scanning technology arrives in Australia
VolvoCE delivers first Electric Compact machines ordered at bauma
VolvoCE delivers first Electric Compact machines ordered at bauma
Topcon Positioning launching new podcast series for construction industry
Topcon Positioning launching new podcast series for construction industry
Highways England awards AECOM and Atkins places on concrete roads framework
Highways England awards AECOM and Atkins places on concrete roads framework
The industries revolutionised by Smart Technologies
The industries revolutionised by Smart Technologies
Womble Bond Dickinson explores navigating delay and disruption in 2021
Womble Bond Dickinson explores navigating delay and disruption in 2021
VolvoCE consolidates 35 tonne excavator segment with launch of EC350E
VolvoCE consolidates 35 tonne excavator segment with launch of EC350E
RSP wins Suction Excavator Manufacturer of the Year by BUILD
RSP wins Suction Excavator Manufacturer of the Year by BUILD
CHAS urges positive action on mental health by the construction industry
CHAS urges positive action on mental health by the construction industry
ENWAY receives approval for Autonomous Sweepers on public roads in Singapore
ENWAY receives approval for Autonomous Sweepers on public roads in Singapore
Groupe Renault launches Møbilize brand dedicated to mobility and energy services
Groupe Renault launches Møbilize brand dedicated to mobility and energy services

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