Gifts for road lovers

10 December 2021

Keep being asked what you want for Christmas? No problem: here’s our pick of road-related Christmas treats for 2021.

No smoke without ire

27 October 2021

London's Ultra Low Emission Zone has just expanded to cover the whole inner city, and across the UK, other cities are implementing their own Clean Air Zones. Is this the future?

Latest Blog comments

  • What makes a dual carriageway? Si 13 January 2022

    Originally St Mary's Way was northbound-only, with southbound traffic…

  • Devon help us Simon Morgan 8 January 2022

    I don't see it mentioned above that the colour used by Devon for roads for…

  • What makes a dual carriageway? Craig Morris 8 January 2022

    St Mary’s Way in Chesham is another example of a four lane single…

Latest Bad Junctions comments

  • M1 - M25 Hamakei 16 January 2022

    Personally I hate how when heading South on the M1...when you reach this…

  • M1 - M62 Michael 21 December 2021

    Finally, there is a decent chance we are getting a new (unconventionally-…

  • A167 - A184 Alfie 5 November 2021

    We all end up on autopilot on that junction. Too busy trying to see what…

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