-hour congestion in problem areas. The system works using sensors that detect a sharp increase in traffic and then informs drivers to spread out.The scheme hasn't been welcomed by everyone. ROSPA believe the move could be counter-productive and even dangerous
A US man has been arrested after a speed camera was shot three times with a high-powered rifle.Police in Knoxville, Tennessee were on routine patrol in the early hours when they heard gunfire. They searched the area and saw a man in a people carrier behaving very suspiciously. Wh...
BRADFORD NORTH Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collison which occurred at around 18:00 on Friday 9 November. Two vehicles, a motorbike and a Ford Galaxy were in collision on Fagley Road at the junction with Fulford Walk
ISRAELI MOTORISTS manoeuvered around the dead body of a road accident victim lying in the middle of a busy intersection, failing to stop to help in an incident captured by a traffic camera.Motorcyclist Moshe Yisraeli was seen trying to squeeze
of motorcycles in beating traffic congestion and advises motorists to look out for motorcyclists who are legitimately filtering between lanes of traffic. The Code is available for free at http://www.direct.gov.uk/highwaycode For hard copies go to http
traffic on the bridge, as they fumble for change while waiting at the toll booth.Axing the charge, which has been in place since 1991, would cost the council about £20,000 a year in lost income, as almost 100,000 motorcycles crossed the bridge last year
MOTORCYCLISTS ARE to be allowed to use Plymouth's bus lanes as part of an 18-month trial aimed at reducing the number of motorcycling related deaths and injuries.An article in thisisplymouth.co.uk, says the city council and police think the move
makes the M25 the least desirable road for UK motorcyclists. Other top disliked routes were the M6, A14, M5 and A11.
A DISABLED motorcyclist had his prosthetic hand stolen while he was visiting his girlfriend.Jack Baker, 19, left the artificial hand gripping his Suzuki motorcycle, only to find it gone on his return.Mr Baker, who works as a mechanic, lost his right
on bikes, rather than by van, in an aim to beat congestion. The company believe speedy on-bike techs will be able to scythe through traffic allowing engineers to get on with the job, rather than stuck in congested areas.
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