Latest Blog comments
- Somerset shows the way Adam Thomas 27 February 2021
I've had a great attachment to these fingerposts for many years. I would…
- Somerset shows the way Edward Callow 24 February 2021
Presumably SCC will only be working and logging those in their current area…
- What makes a dual carriageway? David 24 February 2021
I doubt it. "Highway" is, like "carriageway", a term whose meaning is widely…
Latest Bad Junctions comments
- M60 - A560 Floyd 1 March 2021
But why do that when you already have a westbound (clockwise) access at junc…
- M60 - A560 Stephen 26 February 2021
If a clockwise access slip road was added to J25, this junction could then…
- A12 - A130 - A138 ES 11 February 2021
To accommodate the link road for the new development at Beaulieu works have…
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