At Highways England, we want to get you the information you need quickly and easily so you can plan your journey.
We offer a variety of services to help you keep you informed about scheduled roadworks and events on our network of motorways and major roads. We make every effort to ensure that this information is up-to-date. However, unscheduled works may need to be undertaken urgently and occasionally planned works may need to be rescheduled at very short notice.
We manage motorways and some major roads in England. We can only provide information about roads we manage.
Got stuck in serious traffic? Witnessed a major incident? Want to know what happened?
We provide ‘Post Incident Bulletins’ about the most significant unplanned incidents on our roads. These outline what happened and how our Traffic Officers and contractors responded to restore normal conditions.
<P><strong>Wednesday night</strong>: Tonight will turn cloudy and misty with patches of fog and drizzle forming over hills across much of the network, some of which has already formed across Southern England. This will lead to some poor driving conditions at times and extend travel times. In addition to this, a few showers will develop after midnight across Southern England which could be on the sharp side.
<P><strong>Thursday</strong>: Tomorrow will start cloudy with a few patches of drizzle and fog across the higher level routes which may linger in across The Pennines and the North East for much of the day, but elsewhere the mist, fog and drizzle should generally clear. However, it will stay cloudy with widespread showers across Central Southern England and The Midlands from mid-morning, which may occasionally be heavy and prolonged. During the afternoon, wet and windy weather will spread in to the South West to give a wet commute home with extensive spray.
Posted: January 1, 1970, 12:00 am