Plans to roll-out smart motorways across the country have been dealt a ‘severe blow’, according to a national newspaper. First introduced in 2014, smart motorways
The recent new laws and regulations affecting Britain’s motorways and other major roads, the Highway Code, the official guide to the rules of the road,
Drivers who ignore ‘red X’ signs on smart motorways could be automatically handed a £100 fine and three penalty points under new legislation coming into
This is the moment a giant ‘superspan’ gantry was installed across a stretch of the M6 as part of a major upgrade to ease congestion.
More than a fifth of motorists are ‘putting lives at risk’ by ignoring ‘red X’ signs on smart motorways, a survey suggests. First introduced in
Drivers using the M60 in Greater Manchester are now enjoying the benefits of the region’s first smart motorway. The technology went live on Tuesday on
A SURVEY by road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist has shown that two thirds of motorists are concerned about safety on smart motorways.
In a pioneering move, the government company responsible for the country’s motorways and major A roads has joined forces with the Freight Transport Association (FTA)