Highways England, which manages the 4,300-mile Strategic Road Network (SRN), wants operator views on what it is doing well, what it could do better and initiatives that could improve the service. It has recently started a three-year project aimed at improving the service it provides to the freight and road haulage sector in England. The aim is to help it understand the needs of the transport sector, while influencing future planning and operational decisions. Highways England would like to get […]
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