HTMA aspires to be the leading voice of the highways term management and maintenance industry, promoting its overall image, sharing knowledge and feedback, fostering best practice and improved industry standards, whilst influencing government and other stakeholders’ policies.
Talent Management Initiatives
''Employers are working with suplliers to create a home grown workforce, equipped with the skills it needs for the long term. One that reflects the diversity of Britain's population today and attracts the brightest and best people into long term careers'' Transport Infrastructure Skills Strategy
Welfare Facilities on Transient Sites
Service Avoidance Good Practice Guide
Reducing the number of Roadworker Abuse incidents
13 January 2017
Councils across England are today (13 January 2017) finding out their share of £1.2 billio...
12 January 2017
Guidance on how new street works qualifications will affect operatives and supervisors in ...
15 December 2016
A year of events, fact-finding, consultation and round tables under the theme “Making the ...
12 December 2016
Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) has announced the appointment of Lee Rushbroo...