The AA has told Motortransport.co.uk that speeding fines from smart motorways should be ring-fenced and used to improve safety on the controversial routes. The motoring organisation has backed calls for urgent safety improvements on smart motorways. It argues there are not enough refuge areas for motorists on stretches where all-lane running is in use, and wants fines raised on these routes to be used to fund the building of more refuge areas. It also wants refuge areas to be doubled […]
Highways England plans to step up its “smart” motorway programme, the agency’s strategy and planning director Elliott Shaw told delegates at a strategy day this week.
Highways England, the body replacing the Highways Agency next week (1 April), has conceded it needs to strengthen its relationship with the logistics sector.
The Transport Committee has slammed government plans to roll out all-lane running systems to 300 miles of UK motorways.