Roads blogs from 2016 May
23 May 2016
A £20 million junction on the outskirts of Norwich called Postwick Hub has been labelled by local campaigners as possibly the worst designed junction ever built.
This comes after a recent traffic lights trial was abandoned after 40 minutes due to the congestion it caused. Denise Carlo...
13 May 2016
A growing coalition of voices, from Wildlife Trusts Wales and the RSPB to the Federation of Small Businesses, has been building against the proposed M4 relief road, a new section of motorway planned south of Newport. The Campaign Against the Levels Motorway (CALM) is backed by thousands of...
11 May 2016
In this guest blog, Anna Semlyen, Campaign Manager at 20’s Plenty for Us, explains how wide-area 20mph limits improve safety and are the foundation for cycling and walking.
"Road safety matters. How safe people feel clearly links with cutting car use and promoting sustainable travel and...
04 May 2016
The Government's belief that it can build its way out of congestion comes straight from the disasterous roads policy of the late 1980s - but this time it's air pollution, not Swampy, which stands in its way of the plans for more tarmac.