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Strategy for keeping the major roads in England free of litter.
Response to a request for information about litter on the M25.
How Highways England tackles the litter problem
Response to a request for information regarding litter and debris on the M25.
Highways England calls on drivers to do their bit to reduce litter levels on the nation's motorways as part of the Great British September Clean (11-27 September).…
Response to a request for information on litter collections on the A34.
Highways England has joined forces with local councils to tackle unsightly and hazardous litter on some of the country’s busiest roads.
Response to a request for information relating to litter information and associated financial data.
Highways England today called on drivers to join them in doing their bit to reduce litter levels on the nation's motorways.
Response to a request for information on litter collection at junction 3 on the M25.
Response to a request for information about litter collection on the M6 motorway in Cumbria.
Highways England is warning drivers of the dangers of throwing rubbish from their vehicles amid sizzling temperatures.
Motorway drivers are being warned they could be putting lives at risk if they throw litter from their car windows.
Response to a request for information relating to communications sent by Highways England to local authorities about litter on the A12.
New giant funnel bins are being installed at motorway service areas across the North West in a bid to reduce the amount of litter dropped on the region’s roads.
Response to a request for information relating to the number of bags of litter collected on the network.
Response to a request for information regarding litter clearance on the A34 between Newbury and Winchester.
The sections of trunk roads where Highways England retains the responsibility for sweeping and cleaning.
Response to a request for documents relating to whether Highways England has breached its statutory duty to keep the highways free from litter.
Secretary of State's report to Parliament on the performance of Highways England between 2017 and 2018.
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