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Transport Research Laboratory (TRL)

IHS works in partnership with TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) to include a wide range of TRL reports, leaflets, technical guidance and design data in The Construction Information Service (CIS).

TRL provides independent and impartial world class research, consultancy, advice and testing for all aspects of transport.

Working with customers from both the public and private sectors TRL’s research expertise covers all aspects of transportation, vehicles performance and safety, environmental impact, sustainability and transport Infrastructure. From low-volume surveys to green travel plans, from complex multi-modal studies to policy development in the high-tech world of real time journey planning using intelligent transport systems, TRL is at the forefront, not only of today’s transport, but of what is to come in the future.


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