The Highways Agency is urging families to plan their journey and to check traffic and weather before they set off on their summer holiday.
The Highways Agency is researching road users understanding of pictograms. To assist us we would like you to complete a ten minute questionnaire. Your responses will help us to better understand how drivers perceive the types of pictograms in use.
Helpful ways to access the latest traffic information when you need it.
The Highways Agency is calling on road users to help tackle roadside litter on England's motorways and major A roads by making sure their rubbish is responsibly disposed of.
The Highways Agency, which operates motorways and key A roads across England, is using some of its national network of electronic variable message signs (VMS) to get the safer towing message across.
See what we are doing to improve the safety of our roadworkers who are constantly at risk working next to fast moving traffic every day.
Drivers are being urged to take extra care at roadworks as the Highways Agency highlights its safety message to prevent deaths and injuries among road workers and road users. Between 2005 and 2010, nine road workers were killed and 10 seriously injured while working on England's motorways and major A roads as a direct result of accidents involving drivers travelling through works.