Highways England

Legislation & Regulation

Leftfield advice for motorway users

Highways England has launched a new campaign advising drivers to ‘go left’ if they break down on the motorway. The…

Legislation & Regulation

Rubbish CCTV cameras

Littering motorists are set to be placed in the sin bin thanks to new roadside camera technology. From next month,…

Road Safety

‘X’ offenders go unpunished

Smart motorways seem to be the road safety nightmare that just keeps on giving. It how now been admitted that…

Road Safety

Smart motorways highlight further failings

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has been asked to consider a charge of corporate manslaughter for Highways England following the…

Road Safety

Is a major review in to smart motorways well overdue?

Smart motorways are “inherently unsafe and dangerous and should be abandoned”. This is the view  of police and crime commissioner…

Road Safety

Shutting the Gate

In a new effort to reduce tailgating on Britain’s road network, Highways England has been trialling special roadside camera technology…

Technology & Innovation

Highways England breaks new ground with eco drive to bring the country’s verges to life

Highways England is driving a new initiative which will have wide-reaching benefits for the environment and biodiversity – and the answer lies in the soil.
Government Investment

Highways England begins search for partner to build Britain’s longest road tunnel

Highways England is today inviting tenders for its largest ever contract, the £2 billion package to build the longest road tunnel in Britain that sits at the heart of the proposed Lower Thames Crossing, the most ambitious roads project for a generation.

Highways England signs BuildForce charter to encourage ex-military personnel into construction

Ex-military personnel wanting to join the construction industry have received a major boost today after Highways England signed the BuildForce Veteran Alliance Charter to support them into the industry.