Bad drivers are the biggest cause of road accidents in the UK.
Thatcham Research has offered 12 ‘Guardian Angel’ guidelines designed to minimise bumps in the road on the journey towards fully Automated Driving systems.
Recent studies by Highways England has shown that the hard shoulder is causing confusion for UK drivers, says Kwik Fit.
One of the largest ever motorway emergency exercises will take place on the M62 this weekend to improve responses to major road incidents
Norton Canes (Roadchef) services on the M6 toll has been chosen as England’s best motorway services.
The main construction of a fourth lane on the M3 in Surrey and Hampshire has been completed.
Highways England is to part-fund road improvement schemes worth up to £20 million to facilitate new housing in the South West and North East.
Electricity company Ecotricity is to introduce a £6 fee per use of its motorway electric vehicle charging network.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) is calling for a quick decision and action following the announcement of a Public Inquiry on all aspects of the M4 proposals around Newport in South Wales.
More than 3,000 sacks of litter were collected from England’s motorways during a spring clean – enough to reach the top of The Shard nearly five times over.
Footage has been released by Merseyside Police showing a police officer narrowly escaping a collision in wet weather on the M57.
A wardrobe dropped on the M62 was among the wide range of incidents that traffic officers responded to over the festive season.
Five-year goal is part of a bigger 2040 strategy for zero harm on major UK roads
Highways England has appointed six joint-venture companies to design and build 10 'smart motorways' across England as part of a £1.5 billion investment.
The North West has recorded the most speeding offences on motorways in the last year.
A year after being introduced in the UK, smart motorways are causing widespread confusion among drivers, according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).
A lorry driver has been proscuted for performing a dangerous u-turn on the M6 toll last month, after joining the motorway from an exit slip road.
Recent and planned investment in England's road network by the Government will have created an extra 900 lane miles of road capacity by 2021.
Over two thirds of motorists want the Government to apply the brakes to plans to lower speeds limits on the motorway according to a new poll by Motorpoint.
The Highways Agency is planning to remove the hard shoulder from more than 100 miles of motorway in order to ease congestion.
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