A major highways research initiative, which has previously involved 33 local authorities and helped deliver millions in savings, is relaunching at Cranfield University after a 14-month break.
The Future Highways Research Club (FHRC) was founded on the principles of ‘participatory action-based research’, where councils test-run ideas for service improvements. It is free to members and funded through research outputs.
Formed by Proving Services – established by practitioners from Cranfield University School of Management – the club is hosted at Cranfield University.
A relaunch event is being held on 5 October 2017 at Cranfield University Conference Centre, where the full membership will meet to discuss the proposed research programme for 2017/18.
Read the full story on the Highways Magazine website here: http://highwaysmagazine.co.uk/leading-highways-research-group-relaunches-after-14-month-break/