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Highways England Clears The Way To Easter Holiday Destinations
Highways England is helping people travelling to seaside locations, ports and airports this Easter by lifting as many roadworks as possible.
In recent weeks, motorways and major A roads leading to Blackpool, the south coast, Dover and Luton Airport have all undergone vital improvement work.

But as these routes will see increased traffic over the Easter period, Highways England is removing some 300 miles of roadworks to make journeys better for drivers and their passengers. That means around 99 per cent of motorways and major A-roads will be roadworks-free in time for Easter.

The move has been welcomed by coach travel company National Express.
Managing director of National Express Coaches, Chris Hardy, said:
“We work with Highways England round the year to support them in maintaining and improving the road network that links the 900 plus destinations we offer services to.

“With more than 1,100 airport services every day, we will be carrying over 91,000 passengers direct to the departure doors over the Easter period. That's 16 per cent more than last year, showing what an important part coach travel plays in holiday getaway plans.

“It's great that Highways England have lifted roadworks on key routes, including those serving airports, helping us make sure we can get passengers where they need to be for their Easter plans.”

Notable locations benefitting from works lifted or completed and likely to see increased traffic includes:

Three miles of roadworks being lifted M55 junction 3 (near Windy Harbour) – Blackpool
Almost two miles of roadworks on A21 between Johns Cross (A2100) and Whatlington Road (near Mountfield, Sussex)
Three miles of roadworks on the A20, Western Heights roundabout to Courtwood Interchange (B2011) (near Dover, Kent)
Almost three miles of roadworks on M1 junction 9 - 10 (near Luton Airport)

Those wishing to find out more about driving on smart motorways can head online to: www.gov.uk/guidance/how-to-drive-on-a-smart-motorway for further information.

Highways England Clears The Way To Easter Holiday Destinations, 26th March 2018, 20:05 PM