A study carried out by the RAC Foundation shows that drivers made at least 31,483 claims against councils for vehicle damage caused by poor road conditions in the last financial year.
This equates to a claim being submitted every seventeen minutes in 2015/16. However, councils only paid out in just over …Read More
The Road Surface Treatments Association (RSTA) has called on the new Chancellor, Philip Hammond, to recognise the value of local roads in his upcoming Autumn Statement.
According to the RSTA, the failure to appreciate the true socio-economic worth of a well-maintained road network is underlined by the decades of under-investment that …Read More
The proposed upgrade of the M4 from junctions 3 (Hayes) to 12 (Theale) to a smart motorway has been given development consent by the Department for Transport.
The government says the scheme will enable “proactive management of the M4 carriageway, including slip roads and motorway to motorway intersections…on this major section …Read More
New official figures show that a record number of new ultra low emissions vehicles (ULEVs) are on Britain’s roads.
Department for Transport figures show 9,657 ULEVs were registered in the UK in the last quarter (April to June), an increase of 49% on the same period last year and 253% up …Read More
Anglo Liners have always carried out Road Marking, White Lining and, Car Park Marking on mainland nationwide. We always go that ‘extra mile’ to ensure that our customers, small and large, receive outstanding service and recently completed a project off shore on a project on the Isle of Wight.
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Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has set out the government’s plans for transport and infrastructure.
During the Queen’s Speech yesterday (18 May), Her Majesty said that the UK will be at the forefront of technology for new forms of transport.
Speaking in the House of Commons today (19 May), Mr McLoughlin highlighted the …Read More
The number of laybys needs doubling on England’s motorway network to make the introduction of all lane running schemes safer according to the Automobile Association.
Research on all-lane running has been M25 published by Transport England and the RAC gave evidence to the Transport Select Committee at the start of this …Read More
New research suggests that the majority of motorists want to retain the right to drive despite the fact that driverless cars are coming.
IAM RoadSmart, formerly the Institute of Advanced Motorists, conducted an independent survey of 1,000 British motorists and a separate poll among its 92,000 members.
Those 65% of motorists believe …Read More
A survey carried out by the AA has revealed that almost two out of every five drivers had their vehicles damaged by potholes over the past two years.
Thirty-nine per cent of AA members have had their tyres, wheels, bodywork or other parts of their vehicles damaged after hitting a pothole …Read More
An estimated £75.6 million was spent on traffic calming measures in 2014, according to new analysis by Churchill Car Insurance.
These include the use of self-enforcing speed reduction measures such as road humps, mini roundabouts, chicanes, central islands and reduced speed limits.
The overall spend on traffic calming measures increased by an …Read More