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Making a difference - the Highways Agency equality objectives April 2012 - 2016

As part of the Agency's public sector equality duty we have produced details of our high level equality objectives that commence from April 2012 and run for four years.

Sustainable development takes centre stage at the Highways Agency

The Highways Agency highlights the important role that sustainable development plays in helping to move society towards a low carbon future.

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Olympic torch Be aware - 'Get ahead of the Games'

With the Olympic Torch Relay underway and the Games themselves just a few weeks away, the Highways Agency has information to help you plan your journey and avoid traffic hotspots.

m42 New plans to reform strategic road network

The Department for Transport publishes a response to the independent review of how England's strategic road network is operated, maintained and enhanced, plus terms of reference for a study into innovative ways to attract private sector involvement.

litter picking Drivers urged to 'BAG IT, BIN IT!' this summer

The Highways Agency is calling on road users to help tackle roadside litter and ensure that England's motorways and major roads provide safe and pleasant journeys during the summer of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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Help for Diamond Jubilee holidaymakers

We help keep traffic moving over the Diamond Jubilee bank holiday weekend by lifting or completing almost 90 percent of our roadworks for the extended bank holiday weekend..

Around 275 miles of works will be completed before the double bank holiday and a further 43 miles will be lifted between Friday 1 June and Wednesday 6 June, providing extra lane space for holiday traffic. Traffic Officers will be patrolling the network to help clear up incidents quickly - and a range of information services will be provided to allow road users to plan journeys.

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