Highways Agency


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Highways Agency

an Executive Agency of the Department for Transport responsible for operating, maintaining and improving the strategic road network in England on behalf of the Secretary of State for Transport.
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Simultaneously with the Highways Agency, Cornwall Council would part-fund as well as render the project and in March 2015, work would commence which is anticipated to take 22 months, with the new road open to the public in early 2017.
The Highways Agency is planning work and the closure will run each night from 8pm until 6am.
The Highways Agency has announced a consultation for improvements to the Testos junction of the A19 near Boldon Colliery.
The Highways Agency has coughed up the cash to pay for security at the Prince of Wales in Hagley, near Stourbridge, which was empty for SEVEN YEARS before it was demolished last month.
RESURFACING works on the M53 will mean junction closures overnight from next month, the Highways Agency has said.
THE English Highways Agency has been accused of doing a shabby job of salvaging a Welsh dragon in jeopardy of becoming lost in a tangle of weeds and grass.
MANY drivers are poorly prepared for the perils of winter motoring, according to the Highways Agency.
The Highways Agency launched its winter maintenance programme in the region yesterday as temperatures begin to drop.
The plea was issued by the Caravan Club after figures from the Highways Agency revealed the West Midlands had the country's highest rate of towing incidents, with 261 in just three months.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 14, 2012-JV led by Balfour Beatty wins GBP300m Highways Agency contract(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
ON Friday, December 9, Middlesbrough Council's Planning Committee will meet to decide on planning applications in relation to the building of some 1,000 houses on various sites, including Grey Towers Farm which is subject to a Highways Agency TR 110 notice that has been extended from September 2011 until early 2012.
Although Merseyside fared better than many parts of the country, partly due to its coastal location, the Highways Agency and Liverpool City Council are determined to be better prepared this year.
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