The Department for Transport has announced a revolution in the way motorway accidents are recorded - and for once it is great news for motorists. Anyone who has ever been stuck on a motorway following an accident will have shouted in desperation … [Read more...] about New technology reduces motorway delays
On one of the busiest traveling weekends of the year the M25 was closed after a lorry hit the central reservation on Friday evening. The lorry load of aluminium bars were thrown into the path of oncoming traffic on the opposite carriageway. Three … [Read more...] about M25 delays could have been avoided.
A young man died on the A329M near Reading when his vehicle crossed the carriageway and hit a Ford Transit van traveling in the opposite direction. The response from the general public was immediate. “Why has the Council not installed concrete … [Read more...] about Failure to install concrete barrier costs another life
The government has been accused of 'milking the motorist' after it materialised last month that speed cameras are bagging £10,000 for the Treasury every HOUR. Home Office figures show the number of fixed penalty notices handed out for speeding has … [Read more...] about Speed Cameras Bag £10,000 Every Hour
This year will see a contemporary mode of transport emerge from the depths of melancholy Britain. Idle tracks on branch railway lines will be ripped up and replaced with concrete channels, as a result of plans to attract people out of cars by … [Read more...] about Is it a bus, is it a train?
Ladies and gentlemen, three guesses what our New Year's resolution is this January? Lose weight? Stop biting our fingernails? Spend less money down the pub? Nah! Our New Year's resolution is to make the major roads in Britain a safer place for … [Read more...] about A New Year, The Same Old Resolution
Last month a landmark study into HGV cross-over incidents by the Transport Research Laboratory discovered that almost a quarter of fatal accidents could have been prevented by the installation of a “very high containment fence or barrier”. The … [Read more...] about New study claims Concrete Barrier saves lives
The Department of Transport plan to unveil a new proposal to impose higher penalties on hasty British motorists who break the speed limit. Drivers will be banned after just two convictions if they exceed the speed limit by 15mph in urban areas or … [Read more...] about Speed Twice And Get Banned
Every month without fail horrendous central reservation cross-over stories are unfolding before our eyes. And all of them involve steel barrier employed as a safeguard between oncoming motorway and dual carriageway traffic. The sad truth is that … [Read more...] about Concrete Barrier Needed Today!
Whether you think boycotts, blockades or government petitions are the answer, there must be a way the average motorist can start making instant savings on petrol costs? Indeed there is – you can save the pounds in your pocket by conforming to … [Read more...] about How To Save Money on Petrol