Roads blogs from 2016 September
30 September 2016
Local campaigners are rallying opposition to plans for new road options along the A30 between Honiton and Devonshire Inn in Devon.
As Clive Potter from Blackdowns Road Action Group (BRAG) reports, the impact of all three proposed routes on landscape and tranquillity in what is supposed...
26 September 2016
Earlier this year we celebrated the news that Highways England had been told to drop plans for a northern A27 bypass around Chichester.
This would have impacted upon the South Downs National Park, caused substantial local economic harm and failed to address local transport needs. It...
22 September 2016
It's World Car Free Day on 22 September, a day to encourage and celebrate travelling by public transport, cycling, walking or simply becoming less dependent on our cars.
05 September 2016
The Government has approved plans to widen part of the M4 motorway between London and Berkshire by turning the hard shoulder into a traffic lane.
This is really bad news. It’s not simply unpopular – it’s wrong.
01 September 2016
Twenty years ago, road campaigners won an important battle when they defeated plans to dual the A30/303 along the entirety of its route through the Blackdown Hills AONB.
But new plans by Devon County Council to upgrade a sensitive section of the existing A30 between Honiton and Devonshire...