StarGo goes live in West Sussex County Council and East Sussex Highways.

StarGo goes live in West Sussex County Council and East Sussex Highways. We are delighted to announce that two additional councils have gone live with our cloud-based Highway Licensing and Permitting software, StarGo. The deployments in West Sussex County Council and East Sussex Highways went live this week, further expanding StarGo’s footprint with Highway Authorities across the UK. The solution has fully digitised the application and approval of multiple licence types across both highway authorities These include skips, scaffolding, cranes & MEWPs, materials on the highway, crossover / dropped kerbs and many more. Critically, in the current climate, all payments are now being taken online at the time of application, ensuring that all costs are recovered upfront without the need to generate and chase invoices and bad debt. The deployment in West Sussex has proven the speed at which StarGO can be deployed. From contract award to go-live was under 4 weeks and included full integration with the Council’s existing payments system and the DfT Street Manager system. Mark Tinsey, StarGo Product Manager, commented, “To enable rapid deployment, most online application forms are built from existing templates. Our Council’s customers have been overwhelmingly positive about how easy it is to apply for, amend and renew their licence applications.”

West Sussex County Council choose StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo.

West Sussex County Council choose StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo. We are pleased to announce that West Sussex County Council have invested in StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo. The solution will enable West Sussex to digitise the application and approval of multiple licence and permit types, these include: Skips, Scaffolding, MEWPs, Cranes or Sail Overs, Materials on the highway, Hoardings, Vehicle crossovers, Traffic Surveys and Developer signs. The StarGo solution consists of a smartphone-enabled portal where applicants can create an account to apply for and renew licences, a comprehensive back-office to manage the application process and a smartphone enforcement app for Highways Inspectors to check the validity of licences in the field, and issue an FPN (Fixed Penalty Notice) where necessary. StarGo can integrate with the DfT StreetManager system via API. StreetManager will plot the activity on a map displaying the following information from StarGo:

East Sussex Highways / Balfour Beatty choose StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo

East Sussex Highways / Balfour Beatty choose StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo We are pleased to announce that East Sussex Highways / Balfour Beatty have invested in StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo. The solution will enable them to digitise the application and approval of multiple licence and permit types, such as:  Skips Scaffolding Hoarding Cranes & MEWPs Materials Crossovers Tables and chairs and objects Banners on the highway Cultivation licence Excavation Other objects on the highway Post in the highway Cultivation on the highway TTROs Temporary attachment of apparatus to street furniture Filming The StarGo solution consists of a smartphone-enabled portal where applicants can create an account to apply for and renew licences, a comprehensive back-office to manage the application process and a smartphone enforcement app for Highways Inspectors to check the validity of licences in the field, and issue a FPN (Fixed Penalty Notice) where necessary. StarGo can integrate with the DfT StreetManager system via API. StreetManager will plot the activity on a map displaying the following information from StarGo:

Sunderland City Council go live with our cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo.

Sunderland City Council go live with our cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo. StarTraq is delighted to announce that Sunderland City Council has gone live with our cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo.  The solution has digitised the application and approval of five licence and permit types: Skips, scaffolding, Section 50s, Section 171s, cherry pickers, and MEWPS. StarGo will streamline every stage of the licence application process for Sunderland Council by improving the customer experience and accelerating cost recovery.  The StarGo software consists of three modules.   The solution went live in December 2023.  Are you currently receiving applications for highway licences via email or even from a digital form requiring manual re-keying?  If so, join our webinar to discover how StarGo can digitise the application and processing of your licence types, resulting in improved customer experience, back-office efficiency and licence compliance – all resulting in increased licensing revenue. 

StarTraq hosts it’s second StarGo User Group

StarTraq hosts it’s second StarGo User Group Yesterday we had the pleasure of hosting our second StarGo User Group at The Hilton Hotel, Terminal 4, London Heathrow. The event was a fantastic opportunity to update our customers on StarGo’s latest features and get their valuable feedback on future development priorities. We would like to thank everyone who attended and we are looking forward to hosting another event next year.

Sunderland City Council choose StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo.

Sunderland City Council choose StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo. We are pleased to announce that Sunderland City Council have invested in StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo. The solution will enable Sunderland to digitise the application and approval of five licence and permit types, these include: Skips, Scaffolding, Section 50s, Section 171s and Cherry pickers and MEWPS. The StarGo solution consists of a smartphone-enabled portal where applicants can create an account to apply for and renew licences, a comprehensive back-office to manage the application process and a smartphone enforcement app for Highways Inspectors to check the validity of licences in the field, and issue an FPN (Fixed Penalty Notice) where necessary. StarGo can integrate with the DfT StreetManager system via API. StreetManager will plot the activity on a map displaying the following information from StarGo:

StarGo goes live in Transport for London (TfL)

StarGo goes live in Transport for London (TfL). We are pleased to announce that StarGo is now live in Transport for London (TfL). The solution enables TfL to digitise the application and approval of multiple licence and permit types, such as: Bus stop suspensions and diversions, TTROs, TCSRs, Mobile Cranes & Lane Rental Waivers.

StarTraq hosts it’s first ever StarGo User Group

StarTraq hosts it’s first ever StarGo User Group Yesterday we had the pleasure of hosting our first ever StarGo User Group at The Crowne Plaza, Resorts World (The NEC), Birmingham. The event was a fantastic opportunity to update our customers on StarGo’s latest features and get their valuable feedback on future development priorities. We would like to thank everyone who attended and we are looking forward to hosting another event next year.

StarGo goes live in Brighton & Hove City Council.

StarGo goes live in Brighton & Hove City Council. We are pleased to announce that StarGo is now live in Brighton & Hove City Council . The solution enables Brighton & Hove to digitise the application and approval of multiple licence and permit types, such as: skips, scaffolding and outdoor cafe furniture.

Transport for London (TfL) choose StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo.

Transport for London (TfL) choose StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo. We are pleased to announce that Transport for London (TfL) have invested in StarTraq’s cloud-based highways licensing and permitting software, StarGo. The solution will enable TfL to digitise the application and approval of multiple licence and permit types, such as: Bus stop suspensions and diversions, TTROs, TCSRs, Mobile Cranes & Lane Rental Waivers. The StarGo solution consists of a smartphone-enabled portal where applicants can create an account to apply for and renew licences, a comprehensive back-office to manage the application process and a smartphone enforcement app for Highways Inspectors to check the validity of licences in the field, and issue a FPN (Fixed Penalty Notice) where necessary. StarGo can integrate with the DfT StreetManager system via API. StreetManager will plot the activity on a map displaying the following information from StarGo: