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

Until next year...

On behalf of Transport Scotland, SCOTS and event organisers Brintex, we'd like to say a big thank you to all the sponsors, event partners, exhibitors, visitors and conference speakers who contributed to the success that was Road Expo 2014.

We hope you agree when we say that the show was one of the best there's been, with a great atmosphere on the exhibition floor and rousing receptions coming from the conference theatre throughout the two days.

We're delighted to announce that total footfall increased again this year to 901; marking the first-time we have exceeded 900 for the show. This builds on the 18% increase in attendance we achieved in 2013, and shows the growth and excitement currently surrounding the industry.

Please continue to use the site to look up the exhibitor list, and we'll also shortly be uploading a gallery of images from this year's show.

Have a great remainder of 2014 and look forward to seeing you again at Road Expo 2015, if not before at Traffex next April!

The Road Expo 2014 team

                                       
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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