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10 June 1921 to 9 April 2021
How to pay to use the Dartford Crossing.
Highways England manages the strategic road network in England, comprising motorways and some A roads. The network map shows areas of responsibility and contact information. The smart motorway map shows routes of completed s…
Measures to manage traffic flow on Kent’s road network in the event of severe disruption to services across the English Channel.
National Highway Sector Schemes and Construction Skills Certification Scheme registration and skills card requirements for Highways England suppliers.
A copy of the Dart Charge Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).
Key facts about Dart Charge and the Dartford Crossing.
How to apply for brown tourist signs for tourist attraction or facility located directly off a road managed by Highways England.
Enquiries about land and property owned by Highways England Company Limited.
How to achieve National Highway Sector Schemes certification to work on the UK road network, the range of schemes available, and how to apply.
A tool to calculate carbon emissions for operational, construction and maintenance activities undertaken on behalf of Highways England
Evidence of smart motorway safety and actions to improve their safety performance.
A nationwide standard of lighting and marking requirements for the vehicles involved in moving abnormal loads.
If your property is affected by road noise from a Highways England road you may qualify for their noise insulation scheme.
Guidance for drivers using the A3 Hindhead tunnel. Includes what happens when the tunnel closes for maintenance and planned closure dates.
Register with the Traffic Systems and Signing (TSS) Plans Registry to access the register of statutory approvals for traffic control equipment
How to claim compensation if you own and occupy property that's been reduced in value by the use of a new or altered road.
High and heavy load grids are designed to assist the haulage industry plan moves and ensure routes are maintained to agreed capacities.
What to do if the value of your property is reduced because of major trunk road proposals or improvements.
In this guide we outline Highways England’s approach to the Collaborative Planning System; a technique based on lean methodologies.
Find out about Highways England’s approach to planning, the issues we look at when considering draft planning documents and planning applications.
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