Councils would need to spend almost £10 billion over 10 years to bring England and Wales' potholed roads up to scratch, a report claims.Read the full story ›
The extreme detonations only left the road closed for an hour.Read the full story ›
At the moment the regulations on riding a mobility scooter are minimal.Read the full story ›
Tackling the cost of congestion and repair bills "must be a national priority", the Local Government Association (LGA) said.Read the full story ›
Figures show Britain has a pothole problem of epidemic proportions as it is revealed £9.3 billion would be needed to repair all roads.Read the full story ›
Local roads in England and Wales are so potholed that they resemble "Swiss cheese" and one in six will not be fit for purpose in five years.Read the full story ›
The bill is several times more than councils' entire annual revenue spending on highways and transport.Read the full story ›
Local councils should review the use of speed bumps as stop-start acceleration can increase harmful emissions, experts said.Read the full story ›
David Cameron has promised the biggest road improvement project since the 1970s after announcing £15bn will be invested into Britain's road network.
The Prime Minister said "pinch points" on stretches of the A1 north of Newcastle, the A47 in the east of England, the A27 on the south coast, and roads across the Pennines would all be among those due to receive funding for improvements.