Road Expo Scotland 2014

5-6 November 2014  |  Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh

  • Event partners
    • Transport Scotland
    • The Scottish Road Works Commissioner
    • Institute of Highway Engineers
    • Chartered ICES

Road Expo Scotland 2014:

Your only dedicated Scottish road exhibition

We know how important road infrastructure and maintenance is to Scotland, and we understand the challenges and opportunities unique to the Scottish road industry that lay ahead. In Road Expo 2014, you'll find the only dedicated road maintenance and traffic management exhibition in Scotland, for Scotland.

Road Expo 2014 in numbers:

  • Over 1,000 visitors, guest speakers, and Transport Scotland representatives

  • More than 100 specialist suppliers showcasing the latest products, services and technologies

  • Up to 12 hours of CPD certified, free-to-attend Transport Scotland and SCOTS seminars

  • Road Expo 2014 takes place across 2 days in Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Situated in 1 easy to navigate hall: the exhibition, conference and demo area are all in one place

Plus...Free entry, free parking, free lunch and free WiFi

For any information about being involved at Road Expo 2014, including exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Steve Walters on +44 (0)20 7973 4694.

Latest News Headlines from

Councils must be flexible on road spending, DfT chief warns

A Department for Transport (DfT) strategic roads chief has conceded the funding system for highways authorities is not 'optimum' and encouraged councils to be flexible in their approach to different finance streams to help utilise the money they receive.

July 25, 2014

Gatwick makes £256m pledge to locals on second runway

Gatwick airport has pledged a £256m investment package to help win over local residents to its second runway plans, with offers including cash for jet noise reduction, road improvements and the purchase of houses for demolition.

July 25, 2014

DfT to raise speed limits for lorries

The Department for Transport (DfT) is set to raise the speed limit for lorries on single carriageways from 40 to 50mph next year, in a controversial move that Whitehall’s transport analysts believe could provide an £11m boost to the industry.

July 25, 2014

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Some of our exhibitors

  • AGD Systems Ltd
  • Coneworx Ltd
  • Furnitubes International Ltd
  • Hydro International
  • Imtech
  • Klaruw RMS Ltd
  • LGN
  • Maccaferri Ltd
  • NGS
  • Nu-Phalt
  • Pike Signals
  • Poletech Systems Ltd
  • Quattro Group
  • Rennicks MTS
  • Road Safety Markings Association
  • Routescene
  • Sapa Pole Products
  • Siemens
  • Simmonsigns
  • Solar Signs UK Ltd
  • Stirling Lloyd
  • Swarco Traffic Ltd
  • TDC
  • The Rich Works
  • Traficon
  • Variable Message Signs Ltd
  • Wirtgen Ltd
  • Surveyor
  • Transport Scotland
  • TRL