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UK government-owned company

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Highways England Company Limited is the government-owned company charged with operating, maintaining and improving England's motorways and major A roads. It operates information services through the provision of on-road signage and its Traffic England website, provides traffic officers to deal with incidents on its network, and manages the delivery of improvement schemes to the network.


Drivers go wrong way on M5 to avoid accident queue

Highways England is urging traffic not to break the law and endanger other road users.
BBC News - Published

Dynamic smart motorways 'too confusing', says highways boss

Highways England says it has no plans to build any new dynamic smart motorways amid confusion.
BBC News - Published

England v Kosovo: M27 closed near Southampton after van fire

Highways England said a combination of a fire and an oil spillage had damaged the carriageway.
BBC News - Published

Smart motorway deaths: Jason Mercer's widow wants system stopped

The widow of Jason Mercer, who was killed on the M1 in June, is suing Highways England.
BBC News - Published

The trailer came loose on the M25 at the Kent-Surrey border

Highways England is warning drivers to make sure trailers are secure before setting off.
BBC News - Published

M5 oil spill closes eight-mile stretch of road in Somerset

The spillage is being cleaned by Highways England but no time has been given when it will re-open.
BBC News - Published

Prodigy road sign tribute in Braintree angers Highways Agency

The sign was altered 25 years to the day since the release of Music for the Jilted Generation.
BBC News - Published

How smart are Highways England's smart motorways?

UK motorways are being upgraded with extra technology, but how exactly does it work?
BBC News - Published

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