Media Partners


Highways is the one and only magazine dedicated to the highway maintenance and traffic management industry. Published 10 times per year the magazine enjoys exclusive partnerships with a number of industry bodies including the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE), Highways England, Transport Scotland, Welsh Assembly Government, TRL (Transport Research Laboratory), NI Roads Service, the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport, Highways Term Maintenance Association, and the National Winter Service Research Group – who all contribute editorial to the magazine.

SMART Highways

Smart Highways is published four times per year and features a review of the main industry news, an interview with a leading professional, columnists, case studies and viewpoints, plus coverage of events and exclusive content from ITS (UK). There’s also a weekly email, too. Seven Days in ITS is sent to mailboxes across the country every Monday morning, summarising the big news stories of the past week and providing an exclusive look at the week ahead.


WWW.HIGHWAYS.TODAY is the online journal for news, information, and resources for the International Highways Construction Industry. With features on roads, airports, rail, bridges, tunnels, quarrying, materials, technology and smart highways from the UK, and all around the world.

Parking Trend International

Parking Trend International is the trade journal for parking in Europe, published every three months in more than 20 European countries. The journal provides information independently, objectively and with professional competence on all subjects concerning parking space management, multi-storey car park operation, traffic policies, construction technology, attendance technology and customer marketing as well as current developments and innovative concepts – all from an international angle. Parking Trend International is published by GmbH in Cologne, Germany in co-operation with the European Parking Association (EPA) and thus contains all important information on the work of the EPA.

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