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New Tay Road Bridge Website Gives Users Instant Updates on Restrictions
MTC are thrilled to announce the launch of the new Tay Road Bridge website. Finding out if the bridge is open, closed or just restricted to certain vehicles has never been so easy and quick.
The brand new website displays clear, up to date information about bridge closures on the home page, as well as the latest news and any upcoming planned restrictions. From information and fantastic old photos of the bridge’s construction and rich history, to information about planned engineering work, to urgent information about emergency restrictions, the new website is the perfect hub of bridge information.
The new website also allows you to register to use the Tay Road Bridge RSS Feed so that you can even receive updates via email or reader on your web browser or phone each time an update is made regarding restrictions or traffic.
“The new web site is just the platform needed to provide relevant and up to date travel information relating to the Tay Road Bridge. MTC Media have produced an excellent site which fulfils our current needs but can also be developed further in the future. The MTC team were excellent to work with and very quickly developed a site that is informative, easy to use and visually pleasing. The inclusion of RSS Feeds will be of great benefit to regular bridge users as will be the mobile version of the site and I look forward to working with MTC on further developments of the site in the future.” -Iain Mackinnon, Bridge Manager, Tay Road Bridge Joint Board
Posted on 20th Jun, 2012 by Joanna Watt
K-Way: The Original Pac-A-Macís New Website
Just in time for the festival season and the usual rain that comes with it, MTC have launched a new website for K-Way Waterproof Pac-A-Macs. K-Way waterproof jackets have a rich history, providing light weight rain coats that can be easily folded into small hip bags since 1965. The idea behind the original pac-a-mac hasn’t changed, but time has seen these products grow in practicality, breathability and style, seeing the pac-a-mac take on the 21st century in its stride. Now MTC have created a new website for K-Way to reflect their ever-modernising brand. The new catalogue based site allows users to browse the latest K-Way collections and showcases each product’s features and benefits, as well as all the colours available in each style. You can also now like K-Way on Facebook and follow K-Way on Twitter
Posted on 5th Jun, 2012 by Joanna Watt