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TfL commits to gear up cycle network open data
Cycle Superhighway and Quietways network information to be provided to developers to encourage further development of apps and website to encourage cycling take up
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NAO calls for urgent rethink of road transformation planning
By Neil Merrett
Highways England and the Department for Transport called on to take “decisive action” by the summer to ensure better value from ongoing changes to road management and technology
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DfT spurs local tech innovation with £4m funding award
By David Bicknell
Nineteen councils to benefit, with awards from £50K to £300K available to cut traffic congestion, speed up journeys and clean up the environment
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Milton Keynes: more evidence needed to drive smart city investment
By Neil Merrett
MK strategy director says case studies are needed to improve prospects for smart and IoT public sector initiatives; standards and regulations also vital says Jos Creese
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Highways England launches data-led severe weather planning system
By Neil Merrett
Agreement with Civica valued at £5m will combine fleet management technology and weather data to better prepare and manage against adverse conditions on UK roads
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Innovate UK backs IoT hardware development
By David Bicknell
£1m available to support UK companies through programmes led by R/GA Media Group and Startupbootcamp; in the US, government agencies told to up their game on IoT security
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Councils sought for £2m traffic technology innovation funding
By Neil Merrett
Department for Transport sets aside funds to support councils in use of emerging smart technologies such as roadside sensors to improve motorists experiences
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Greenwich enters into smart city innovation partnership
By Neil Merrett
University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre will share technical and regulatory expertise with the authority to set out new standards and technologies to transform services
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Fourth major government projects report published
By Neil Merrett
Projects authority head says despite “steady” progress up to April 2016, too many government programmes remain in the low delivery confidence range for an extended period of time
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ICT-enabled policy instruments set for key role in Whitehall's Brexit policy rethink
By David Bicknell
Research paper says digital government must start with the political process of policy design
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Queen's Speech highlights Digital Economy Bill
By David Bicknell
Bill will introduce Broadband Universal Service Obligation, cover use of data by government to deliver better public services and consult on better sharing of publicly-held data sets to improve service delivery
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MoD picks Babcock to upgrade Phoenix fleet management system
By David Bicknell
Contract, worth £47m, intended to deliver £100m savings over six-year period
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News in Brief - February 23
By Neil Merrett
Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) launch is delayed until April, Cabinet Office updates spend figures to end of 2015 and Bristol issues £11m tender for ticketing solution
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Exeter and Devon councils hope smart data will drive intelligent transport
By David Bicknell
'Engaged smart transport' project led by NTT Data aims to solve Exeter's transport congestion
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Patterson back at GDS as director of Common Technology Services
By David Bicknell
Former DVLA CTO to be responsible for enabling provision of "consistent, high quality workplace IT for civil servants across government"
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