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Congestion on local authority managed 'A' roads: April to June 2013

Congestion on local authority managed ‘A’ roads statistics in England between April and June 2013.

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Congestion on local authority managed 'A' roads: April to June 2013

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Key points

In the year ending June 2013, provisional data show that the average speed on locally managed ‘A’ roads in England during the weekday morning peak was 24.9 mph. This is a 0.3% decrease on the year ending March 2013.

For individual months, average speeds on locally managed ‘A’ roads in England were slightly slower in April 2013 (down 1.4%), May 2013 (down 0.8%) and June 2013 (down 0.8%) compared to the same months in 2012.

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