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Swarco helps Warrington turn the tide of congestion, 19/07/2015

An intelligent flood warning system designed and installed by Swarco Traffic is helping Warrington Borough Council to keep vehicles well away from a potential bottleneck that has been known to flood frequently in the past.

Traffex 2015 Sign Post Solutions Ltd, 04/05/2015

SignPost Solutions enjoyed another successful TRAFFEX exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham on the 21st – 23rd April 2015.

Alongside APT controls and the Parent company of SWARCO the group had a major presence at this year’s show.

SWARCO Traffex 2015, Birmingham, 04/05/2015

One of the highlights of the UK traffic industry, the bi-annual Traffex Exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham once again attracted visitors from across our markets last month. SWARCO was at the forefront of the event with an impressive stand highlighting our hugely impressive MS4 Variable Message Signs and showcasing our other products and systems.

Spring 2014 Newsletter, 12/06/2014

Spring Newsletter providing the latest updates about Swarco Traffic Ltd including 25th anniversary celebrations.

SWARCO ACQUIRES BRITISH TRAFFIC GROUP APT, 07/05/2014

Combining strengths in the UK traffic management market

Transport for Greater Manchester and SWARCO Provide Enhanced Signage for Greater Manchester, 09/04/2014

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) and SWARCO Traffic Limited are working together on a scheme funded by the Department for Transport under the Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) to provide enhanced driver information on roads around Greater Manchester. The scheme is part of the wider LSTF initiative being undertaken by TfGM to enhance network management, and provide accurate real time traveller information to the public through a wide variety of media.

SWARCO helps Leeds to prepare for the Grand Départ, 31/03/2014

SWARCO TRAFFIC Limited is delighted to have been chosen by Leeds City Council to install our industry leading Variable Message Signs to provide information to the road users of the city.

Safer Crossings for Retail and Leisure Sites, 28/02/2014

SWARCO TRAFFIC Ltd has recently completed an innovative project to improve pedestrian safety at a busy retail park using a combination of VAS warning sign and flashing road studs.

CEES DE WIJS NEW CEO OF SWARCO AG, 17/12/2013

Former LOGICA and XEROX manager joins SWARCO

Talking traffic lights, 27/11/2013

The Tyrolean SWARCO Group supplies vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication to Verona.

Highways Magazine Article School & Speed Warning Signs, 25/10/2013

Highways Magazine article in the October 2013 edition featuring Swarco Traffic Ltd School Warning Signs, Vehicle Actuated Signs and Moveable Vehicle Actuated Signs

Swarco Traffic Autumn Newsletter, 09/09/2013

Autumn Newsletter providing the latest updates about Swarco Traffic Ltd including latest signage solutions.

New MVAS (Moveable Vehicle Activated Signs) rolled out in Bucks., 25/07/2013

RECKLESS motorists in the Wycombe area of Bucks will be warned about speeding after the go ahead was given last week for a new speed activated road sign in the battle against speeding motorists.

ITS EUROPE 2013 , PODCAST, 19/06/2013

Thinking Highways podcast interview at ITS Europe, Dublin with Jeremy Cowling Managing Director, Swarco Traffic Ltd.

SWARCO ACQUIRES MCCAIN PARKING BUSINESS UNIT, 13/05/2013

SWARCO TRAFFIC AMERICAS, Inc. is proud to announce the acquisition of the parking business unit from McCain, Inc.

SEE YOU AT TRAFFEX IN BIRMINGHAM, 11/03/2013

Energy-efficient solutions displayed at stand B10

10.000TH FUTURLUX LUMINAIRE IN 2012, 19/12/2012

Over 10,000 FUTUTLUX luminaires produced in Neutal in 2012!

HIGHWAYS MAGAZINE EXCELLENCE AWARD 2012 FOR TAMAR BRIDGE PROJECT, 15/10/2012

Tamar bridge project receives award for best road marking project of the year.

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNCIL APPROVAL OF MOVEABLE VEHICLE ACTUATED SIGNS, 30/06/2012

The Moveable Vehicle Activated Sign (MVAS) initiative is a locally managed scheme where vehicle activated sign(s) can be purchased by the Parish/Town Council and moved around the village to pre-agreed locations, co-fixed onto existing posts or onto a movable post secured by a ground screw.
MVAS will be set to display the speed limit when approached by a vehicle travelling above a pre-determined speed (typically 33mph in a 30mph speed limit), acting as a reminder to drivers exceeding the speed limit. The aim of this is to encourage a safer driving speed and improve road safety.

DAMBACH UK NOW SWARCO TRAFFIC LTD., 01/07/2011

SWARCO TRAFFIC Ltd. the new name for well-known traffic technology competence by Dambach UK