Latest Blog comments

  • Closing the Clifton Bridge 5 July 2020

    I live in Nottingham, and it snowed that Thursday as well! I think…

  • Changing the charge Fraser Mitchell 4 July 2020

    Be careful what you wish for ! Residents discount could disappear in future…

  • Changing the charge Adam 1 July 2020

    My brother lives in the c-charge zone (I used to, now in zone 2) - in…

Latest Bad Junctions comments

  • A57 - M60 - M67 Floyd 10 July 2020

    There are also lots of near misses when heading west to north. As you…

  • A57 - M60 - M67 Terry Trumpets 8 July 2020

    The other day I had some business in Merseyside, and decided to head back to…

  • M60 - M62 - M66 Floyd 30 June 2020

    Ah, ok.

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Welcome to the UK's favourite roads website. Roads.org.uk (formerly CBRD) is dedicated to the study of the entire road network of mainland Britain. These days there's a lot of information about the road network out there - but Roads.org.uk remains the biggest, the most comprehensive and the most frequently updated. It contains information on most aspects of the network and is frequented by enthusiasts, officials, engineers and everyday road users alike. I aim to make the information on the site accessible to everybody, both in the way it's written and the way it's presented.

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I hope you enjoy the site!

Chris

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