Letter to provide clarity on some important points following the article on 30 October regarding the Government’s plans for reform of the Highways Agency
Response to recent media claims about the road surface conditions on the clockwise M25 following the closure between junctions 23 and 24 on Sunday 14 July
Highways Agency response to recent media claims about the level of potential revenue loss at the Dartford-Thurrock River Crossing.
Highways Agency response to an inquiry from the Accrington Observer in Lancashire about litter on the SRN including along the M65 and M61.
Statement in response to calls to improve signing to stop drivers using the (Agency's) A663 Broadway route to 'rat run' between the M62 and M60.
Response to Road Safety Marking Association report about the quality of road safety markings on the UK’s road network
Highways Agency’s letter to the Daily Telegraph in response to a news story about free-flow charging technology at the Dartford - Thurrock River Crossing.
Highways Agency response to article in The Times regarding salt stored at Southampton Dock
On Sunday 29 October, the Sunday Telegraph published a story entitled ‘Row over street lights turned off at night’. This was subsequently followed up and reported by other media. The story implied that lighting had been switched off on 3,080 miles of motorway. In fact this is the length of motorways and major 'A' roads on…
Statement regarding charging for the cost of repairing damage to the strategic road network
This is a sad time for the Highways Agency as one of our traffic officers died tragically in the course of doing his duty on the M25.
Clarification of an article in the Mail on Sunday and the Mail Online about providing brown signs on the A1(M) to Masham, North Yorkshire.