Police driving an unmarked HGV cab have caught motorists on the motorway breaking the law, with 85 offences detected during a week-long operation.
Highways England has achieved all its targets in the last year, according to ORR's annual assessment, but needs to address delays with ongoing projects.
Businesses are being given the opportunity to operate an electric vehicle (EV) for free for two months.
Highways England has released video footage of the moment it caught vehicle occupants dumping rubbish at the side of the M6.
The pledge comes as Highways England report claims all lane running smart motorways – which have no hard shoulder – are safer than other major roads.
Highways England has launched a new campaign advising drivers to “go left” if they break down on the motorway.
A police and crime commissioner (PCC) has renewed his call for a ban on smart motorways after a collision involving a car and a HGV took place in South Yorkshire.
A coroner has asked the CPS to consider a charge of corporate manslaughter for Highways England after a woman was killed on a stretch of smart motorway.
Differences in the regional performance of Highways England roads have been revealed in a new report from the Office of Rail and Road (ORR).
Nick Harris has been appointed as Highways England’s acting chief executive, taking over from Jim O’Sullivan, when he steps down from the role.
Highways England could be charged with manslaughter following the death of a 62-year-old woman on a stretch of smart motorway.
One in three of all road fatalities and more than one in five of all casualties occur in driving-for-work collisions, a new landmark study suggests.
RAC suggests that fleets should expect quieter roads this Christmas, with 28% fewer leisure trips planned, despite the lifting of coronavirus restrictions.
The Government has outlined a series of measures focused on minimising disruption over the Christmas period, including the removal of 778 of miles of roadworks.
Highways England has seen an increase in roadworkers suffering abuse, despite traffic flows falling during coronavirus restrictions.
New cameras aimed at catching drivers tailgating have identified some 10,000 vehicles committing the offence in the first two weeks of trials.
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.
Police forces across the UK will be targeting those who drive for work for a variety of common offences as part of Project Edward, the nationwide road safety campaign.
The latest from the fleet industry, including Stirling Council introducing Enterprise Car Club and BCA adding proxy bidding to its Buyer app.
Deliveroo, Uber, Tesco and Ocado will help identify hot-spots for pothole repairs in a data-driven review launched by the Department for Transport (DfT).
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