Drivers are planning 5.6m trips by car to see friends and family this Easter, the lowest number since the RAC began tracking motorists plans in 2014, it says.
Differences in the regional performance of Highways England roads have been revealed in a new report from the Office of Rail and Road (ORR).
Car use has fallen by more than a fifth in the UK during the latest lockdown – nowhere near the decline seen in March – new data from the RAC shows.
Just one in seven (14%) car and taxi trips on the M25 bypass London completely, with the vast majority (74%) starting or ending in London.
RAC suggests that fleets should expect quieter roads this Christmas, with 28% fewer leisure trips planned, despite the lifting of coronavirus restrictions.
A boom in home deliveries has raised fears about congestion and the impact on air quality, according to new research from LeasePlan.
Transport for London (TfL) and London Councils have launched a competition to select up to three operators for a 12-month trial of rental e-scooters in the capital.
MPs on the transport committee are calling for the Government to legalise e-scooters to help reduce congestion.
Highways England and Network Rail are working more closely together to help establish more parkway stations across the UK and reduce congestion in town centres.
But RAC data suggests increased traffic a result of the school-run rather than commuters travelling to work.
The number of vehicles using UK roads has almost returned to normal, following the relaxation of Coronavirus lockdown rules.
Covid-19 has ended rush hour traffic, with levels now remaining consistent throughout the day, new data from Cubic Telecom suggests.
Latest statistics have revealed that UK drivers lost 115 hours and £894 a year to congestion in 2019.
Latest Government statistics have revealed that UK drivers spent more time stuck in traffic in 2019.
Technology trials aimed at improving driving conditions and reducing the time fleets spend in traffic jams will receive a share of £1.5m Government funding.
Drivers are planning more than 31 million getaway trips by car before Christmas Eve bringing gridlock to UK roads, according to the RAC.
Highways England says that more than 800 miles of roadworks will be completed or lifted for the festive period.
An all-day rush hour could be created by driverless cars clogging roads across European cities, a new study suggests.
Move is a key part of Mayor Sadiq Khan’s Vision Zero ambition to eliminate death and serious injury from London's transport network.
A change in legislation to allow companies greater access to road data could help drivers avoid congestion, says the Government.
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