Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a collision on the Colnbrook junction of the M25 in which a man was seriously injured.
Truckers warn M25 won’t cope with Third Runway construction traffic, while Highways England expects “excessive customer frustration”
Years of “excessive customer frustration” are ahead for users of the motorway network and local roads. Stark warnings have been issued this week by the Road Hauliers Association and Highways England that construction traffic for a new runway could bring everything to a complete standstill.
The Times newspaper today reports that an ambitious plan to transform the stretch of the M25 nearest Colnbrook into a double-decker motorway has been longlisted by the Department of Transport.
“Use some common sense” say Colnbrook residents as plans revealed to upgrade M4, M25 and M3 at the same time!
The Colnbrook Community Association has called on planners to “use some common sense” and develop a coordinated plan to local infrastructure projects after it was revealed that work to turn the M25 into a Smart Motorway will be scheduled to take place … at the same time as the M4!
Slough Borough Council has apologised for causing a 15 mile tailback earlier this week for badly organised roadworks at Brands Hill. A Council spokesperson said: “After everything we have gone through with you guys, we can’t apologise enough.”
Directors of collapsed Colnbrook construction firm McArdle were let off with a slapped hand on Friday as the company was sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court for the death of an M25 worker in 2010.
Collapsed construction firm McArdle, based in Colnbrook, was found guilty yesterday by a jury deliberating over the death of a site foreman during M25 widening work in 2010.
Parish chair Peter Hood has said he is “shocked” at the inclusion of the Heathrow Hub scheme in the Davies Commission shortlist, believing it was dead and buried. He says the M25 will split what remains of the village into two.
A man who died after a cherry-picker access platform crashed on to the M25 in Buckinghamshire has been named by a coroner as Richard Jaeger-Fozard.