60% of UK drivers think local road conditions are worse than they were a year ago, with 55% going so far as to say the standard of pothole repairs is …Read More
National Highways is now considering an overhaul of its road marking strategy after new findings on the reaction of road markings on road surfaces. However, the findings have been met …Read More
National Highways has awarded Colas to manage road maintenance in the West Midlands and its neighbouring counties. The work will cover the Area 9 network which includes some of the …Read More
Council chiefs have warned that the latest service to be hit by the nation’s driver shortages could be road gritting.
Despite the addition of 120 gritters to this year’s roads, the …Read More
National Highways is adding 120 new gritting vehicles to their fleet to help keep roads safe this winter.
The total fleet number will reach 252 vehicles next year after another additional …Read More
National Highways (formerly Highways England), has partnered with Minecraft, the popular sandbox video game, to inspire school children across the country.
From September, students will be able to go into the …Read More
Highways England is spearheading an international campaign to uncover the best products or systems for removing old, ‘ghost’ road markings.
The government-owned company aims to ensure that motorists have the clearest …Read More
Highways England has launched a huge, £5 million campaign with the aim of informing the public about staying safe on smart motorways.
The government-owned company has said this is its ‘biggest …Read More
Highways England has recently admitted that only around half of the cameras on smart motorways are currently able to detect road users who illegally drive under ‘red X’ lane closure …Read More
Over 11,000 people have signed an online petition objecting to plans by Highways England to infill or demolish more than 100 disused railway bridges.
The Historical Railways Estate (HRE), which comprises …Read More