History Of Highway Traffic Management Ltd

2020
Coleshill and Lincoln Depots added to portfolio and and HTM started working with SIFA Fireside. HTM also signed up for the Care Leaver Covenant.


2019
Birmingham Depot relocates to 409 Tyburn Road and Aston Depot is also acquired. The first fully electrical vehicle is added to the fleet.


2016
HTM support Homeless to Highways & St Basils charities.


2015
HTM make the move towards sustainability as the first TM company to go paperless. The same year, HTM also joined the Armed Forces Covenant.


2013
HTM create low level vehicle (first actually made).


2012
HTM create concept for low level vehicle to increase safety.


2011
HTM join TMCA.


2010
Won the Birmingham Highways PFI (Private Finance Initiative) for Traffic Management Works (25 year contract).


2006
HTM supported the first ever UK smart motorway works on the M42. These were originally called Active Traffic Management Systems.


2001
Road closures and traffic management were installed by HTM for the demolition of the Bullring and the build of the new iconic building designed by Future Systems.


1999/2000
HTM were responsible for the road closures across the city centre for the Millennium celebrations.


1998
HTM conducted the road closure of Broad Street for the G8 summit which was attended by President Clinton.


1997
HTM acquired a 7.5 tonne van which had footwells and flashing lights. This was the first large vehicle to join the fleet.


1995
HTM was started by Keith Baldwin back in 1995.

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