It’s that time again! This week on the 23rd of September (2021), we’ll be releasing another one.network update: version e2.10.0. This blog is to give you a heads-up on all the exciting new changes.

New tools for everyone

For all the users of our one.network map, we’ve introduced some exciting new changes and improvements…


Innovation and collaboration are essential in order to overcome the challenges faced by the utility sector. As a result, one.network is proud to announce its partnership with Skewb, a true pioneer in the utility and street works sectors.

Skewb, an established water and energy consultancy firm, prides itself on bringing…


There’s a whole lot going on behind our platform and its modules. Our development team has been working hard on some changes, and we’ve now released these in the latest one.network update: Version e2.9.0. Read on to learn what’s new and what’s changed.

The Map

The one.network map is the…


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Our platform is extremely powerful. It gives highway authorities, utility companies, and event organisations the ability to plan, manage, and share traffic disruptions on the roads — all from a single dashboard.

But how does it work? And what goes on behind the scenes to ensure our customers can successfully…


The consensus between the Department for Transport, local authorities, and the public is that bus service provision needs to change. There is collective appetite for services that are more reliable, better coordinated, cheaper, and easier to use. …


Planning street works successfully is no mean feat. Utility companies typically have to consult a significant volume of datasets, each split across different environments and systems, before they can dig their first hole — taking up operational time and budget, particularly on surveying services. …


We think it’s important to keep our users in the loop with the work that goes into making one.network the best it can be. So here’s a quick run-down of all the platform changes in the latest one.network update, version e2.7.0, released on the 20th of May.

The Map

First…


Before the pandemic, unplanned roadworks and road closures had been rising steadily each year. In fact, emergency and urgent works increased by 9.2% between 2017 and 2019.

Reduced road work activity during Covid appears to have caused a temporary respite but, as restrictions have started to ease in the UK…


How US cities with a goal of zero traffic fatalities are faring in 2021

Vision Zero. It’s a bold slogan, and its goal is bolder still: completely eliminating traffic fatalities. No more road deaths — ever.

The scheme started life in Sweden over two decades ago, and quickly drew international…


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As you may have seen in the news, Bath has become the first of many areas outside of London to launch a Clean Air Zone (CAZ). This is great news for the planet. But what does it mean for the UK road network? …

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