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Highways England Motorway Driving Campaign

4 July 2019

Research by Driving for Better Business has shown that at least 85% of businesses use the motorway network and so a lot of motorway drivers are doing do for work purposes. By following the signs, drivers can play their part in helping to keep us all moving and make journeys safer, smoother and more reliable.

Whatever part of England’s motorway network you’re using, we want you to stay safe, follow the signs and keep us all moving. England’s motorways connect people to families and friends, workers to jobs and businesses to their customers, which helps our nation thrive.

The motorway network is changing with new technology used to monitor and manage the flow of traffic, and to improve safety. We want all drivers to have a safer, smoother journey. Here’s what they need to know ...

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