How it affects England's motorways and trunk roads
We aim to tackle congestion by providing access to information that enables people to make smarter travel choices.
This consultation is seeking views on the vision, targets and measures for improving road safety in Britain beyond 2010. It will influence the final shape of the Department for Transport’s next road safety strategy. So join the debate!
Helpful ways to access the latest traffic information when you need it.
Site Map for the Highways Agency Website
Traffic England is a service from the Highways Agency that gives you real-time traffic information direct from the National Traffic Control Centre.
In this section you can quickly find details of Highways Agency road projects and register for email alerts on information that is important to you. The section also contains general background information on the work of the Highways Agency and how we manage the network.
This section contains a wealth of information on issues relating to our work. Find out facts and figures, explore environmental issues, get statistics about road use and safety, and read a brief history of our roads.
Keeping Traffic Moving
Respecting the Environment
Encouraging Smarter Travel
Education and Resources
Cyclists, Horse Riders and Pedestrians
The Newsroom section includes all current and archived press releases and information tailored for the use of journalists and the media.
Doing Business with Us
This section contains information for contractors and others doing business with the Highways Agency. In this section you can find procurement information on up-and-coming projects, how we can help with planning applications, and details of national public consultations.
Careers with Us
In this section you can find out about our recruitment policy and details of current vacancies within the Highways Agency.
The About Us section includes information on the aims and objectives of the Agency. It also includes a comprehensive list of corporate documents and details of the Agency's responsibilities under the Freedom of Information Act.