Road Expo Scotland 2014

5-6 November 2014  |  Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh

Opening Times

Wednesday 5th November: 09:30 - 16:30
Thursday 6th November: 09:30 - 15:30
  • Event partners
    • Transport Scotland
    • SCOTS
    • The Scottish Road Works Commissioner
    • Institute of Highway Engineers
    • Amey

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We know how important road infrastructure and maintenance is to Scotland, and we understand the challenges and opportu
nities 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.

At Road Expo 2014, you'll find an event that dedicates itself to providing local councils, central government departments and private sector contractors with an opportunity examine the latest products, services and government legislation designed to continue development of Scottish road infrastructure.
 

FREE ENTRY 4 FREE LUNCH 3 FREE WIFI 2 FREE PARKING 3

Road Expo 2014 in numbers:

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

  • 100 specialist suppliers showcasing the latest products, services

  • 12 hours of free CPD certified Transport Scotland and SCOTS seminars

  • 2 days of networking, demonstrations and seminar sessions

  • 1 easy to navigate hall, with everything all under 1 roof

 

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Some of our exhibitors

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