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).
Highways England chief executive announces departureJim O’Sullivan has advised he is to stand down as chief executive of Highways England early next year.
Karl Howkins, former managing director at Citroen UK, has joined SMH Fleet Solutions, as the managing director of its auction services.
Highways England will increase the basic speed at which motorists can drive through roadworks to 60mph.
Highways England has delivered most of its commitments and made good progress over the first road period, but the programme set out for major improvements was too optimistic, according to latest Office of Rail and Road (ORR) report.
The M11 has been rated the best motorway in England in Transport Focus research covering the year to March 2020.
Highways England and Loughborough University project will look at the challenges connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) could face on motorways.
The official preferred route has been announced for the £1 billion Trans-Pennine A66 upgrade.
GEM Motoring Assist has welcomed Government plans to improve the safety of smart motorways, but warned motorists still face being stranded in the road.
Highways England says that more than 800 miles of roadworks will be completed or lifted for the festive period.
Data for the RAC Report on Motoring also revealed six-in-10 drivers (59%) think the distance between SOS areas, at up to 1.6 miles (2.5km) apart, is too great.
Highways England still has the majority of its £100 million budget left to spend on improving air quality as part of a five year project that ends in 2021.
Collaboration brings roads, automotive, telecoms and tech sectors together with engineering and construction firms to integrate approach to solving roads issues.
Fleet operators will benefit from a brand new dual carriageway in the East of England, opening a full year ahead of schedule in December 2019.
Highways England has struck a deal with Volvo for 41 XC40s to join its fleet.
A training course has been launched by Highways England to help the roadside recovery industry operate safely on smart motorways.
Fleets are being warned that the August bank holiday traffic is expected to be at its busiest on Friday, with five million leisure trips planned.
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