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Hello! I'm Chris. I run this website. You can contact me using this form. It's always nice to hear from you.

Before you start, the answers to all the most common questions are in the FAQ, and for anything else, you'll find the SABRE forums will provide you with an answer more reliably and more quickly than I can.

I don't have the time to reply to all the emails I receive, but I reply to as many as I can. But please don't get the wrong idea! I'm actually very friendly and your email is more than welcome.

The small print

Here are some things I can't help you with.

  • I am not the government, your local council or National Highways.
  • I am not a highway engineer or a civil engineer.
  • I am not able to advise you on anything to do with traffic law.
  • I don't have official information about the road network. (For traffic counts, precise location of roadside assets, and anything else of that nature, I can only direct you to the Department for Transport.)
  • I'm not going to give you a job.
  • I can't help you get a speed limit, road classification or parking restriction changed.
  • I can't explain to you why a specific speed limit, road classification or parking restriction exists.
  • I can't help you get a parking ticket or speeding fine overturned, or offer you any advice about them.
  • I do not carry paid content and I am not interested in publishing your sponsored link, content placement, guest post, collaboration or advertising.
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What's new

Sorry, wrong number

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

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

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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