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Incidents and roadworks – A road user perspective

This report from Transport Focus explores road user experiences of planned roadworks and unplanned disruption.

Recommendations include planning shorter roadworks, 24/7 working and involving the freight industry more in roadworks planning. It also encourages more work to help release trapped traffic, preventing vehicles from joining the back of a long queue and providing more helpful information when they are stuck.

Below you can download a summary report and the full agency report.

Further correspondence with Highways England about this research can be found here.

  • Incidents and roadworks - Nov 2016
  • Incidents and roadworks - agency report
  • Road users
  • Road use – business travel
  • Disruption
  • Road use – leisure
  • Road user experience
  • Road user safety and accidents
  • Road use – good vehicles
  • Road use – commuting

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