Sorry, wrong number

3 May 2024

Road numbering is a system with clear rules. What happens when the people responsible for numbering roads don't follow them?

We need to talk about Wisley

1 April 2024

National Highways are spending a third of a billion pounds rebuilding one of the most congested junctions on the M25. Is it money well spent?

Oxford's Ground Zero

17 February 2024

Oxford's Zero Emission Zone is just a trial, but transport policy in Oxford has become the catalyst for pitched battles and drawn in protestors from across the UK. What's happening to this genteel university town?

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  • The ghost junction Gaz

    JFC. Honestly, when then had all the workmen, equipment and momentum there…

  • Local signs for local people Mr A Morris

    I have a question about signs ,not about colour but total absence of any…

  • We need to talk about Wisley Nick K

    Although not particularly relevant to the M25/A3 intersect, I ponder on the…

  • Sorry, wrong number Richard

    And of course Canada changes road numbers at the boundary of each Province.…

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