Highways England’s attempts to improve safety on smart motorways has stepped up a notch with the launch of a campaign explaining what to do if your vehicle breaks down. It follows wide-ranging criticism of the way smart motorways operate, with hard shoulders used as all-lanes running to free up traffic. The widow of a man killed by an HGV on a stretch of the smart motorway network has also called for their use to be banned. Highways England’s campaign, Go […]
Trials on British roads involving platoons of autonomous HGVs have been put on hold due to the ongoing pandemic.
Brexit checks on animal and food products have been resumed at Larne port in Northern Ireland after a police investigation into alleged threats to staff concluded it was safe for them to return to work.
Recovery firms call for review of Highway England’s statutory recovery scheme over transparency concerns
Recovery firms are demanding a review of Highways England’s (HE) statutory recovery scheme amid concerns about a lack of financial transparency.