Highways England

Highways England is the government company that connects the country, by operating, maintaining and improving England’s motorways and major A roads.

Formerly the Highways Agency, it became a government company in April 2015, responsible for a road network totalling around 4,300 miles.

While this represents less than 3% of all roads in England by length, these roads carry a third of all traffic by mileage and two thirds of all heavy goods traffic. Highways England is delivering £15 billion of investment on its road network between 2015 and 2020, as described in the government’s Road Investment strategy.

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