The £11.4bn funding plans to upgrade England’s major roads may not be deliverable or affordable, the public spending watchdog has warned today.
Road building schemes over the past two decades have failed to boost the local economy or reduce traffic, a damning report has claimed.
Councils warn of a ‘chronic’ need for more investment in local roads as survey reveals over 3,000 road bridges are ‘substandard’.
The roll-out of 20mph zones in Manchester is being reconsidered after analysis found they were not reducing the number of accidents or driver speed as quickly as hoped.
Party leaders at an Essex council have joined forces to express outrage at Highways England 'again' writing to residents without informing the council.
Luton Borough Council has awarded its £200m ten-year highways contract to VolkerHighways.
Nick Smee explains why highways agencies need to drive two-way communication with the public.
Potholes are likely to appear at an ‘unprecedented rate’ over the next few months, a motoring group has warned.
Council chiefs welcomed the Government’s announcement that local authorities will not be allocated local road maintainance funding through an ‘uncertain bidding process’.
An inventor in Durham has developed the first upgrade to the school crossing patrol sign in five decades and he believes it has the ‘potential to save lives in the future.’