National Pothole Day is Friday 15 January - but we can all take control of this and highlight just how many potholes there actually are in the UK, by reporting any potholes on the government website: https://www.gov.uk/report-pothole.
The case against new roads. Will anyone use them, who'll pay for them, and should we fix the ones we've got first?
A balance needs to be struck - motorists feel overtaxed, yet Government have underinvested in Britain’s infrastructure.
The Government's short term approach taken towards the road repairs needed to put right the large numbers of potholes.
There’s no doubt that a lot of problems would get solved a lot quicker if we rolled up our sleeves and attempted to sort them out ourselves.
If Scotland chooses the road to independence in the referendum this September, no one can be quite sure what direction transport policy will take.
Last month’s paper by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), The Long Road to Ruin has received a fair amount of...
Over the past two or three decades, technology has led to phenomenal improvements in safety, energy efficiency, performance and even the logistics...
In last week's Sunday Times there was a suggestion that our pockmarked roads could help raise awareness of climate change. Perhaps there’s a reason why Chancellor George Osborne isn’t rushing to fill them all in, after all.
Gosh, George, thanks for reading! First, we advise the Chancellor to watch out for potholes, and he goes and stumps up an...