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Traffic 'down sharply' during Black Friday sales


TRAFFIC congestion fell sharply over the Black Friday weekend as millions of shoppers decided to grab their bargains online instead. Data from traffic analyst INRIX shows that two huge spikes in congestion at 3pm and 6pm during 2014's Black Friday shopping extravaganza simply failed to materialise this year. Congestion was down by 18% on Saturday and 14% on Sunday, but most significantly on Sunday afternoon. Again, 2014 saw much greater numbers of cars on the road. The figures, along with early estimates that put the online retail spend up by 32% for the same period, show that more people are choosing to stay at home and order goods via websites. In areas around the country's major shopping centres, traffic was down by around 30% year-on-year, says INRIX. High streets will view the latest numbe...

4,500 miles of British roads have no mobile phone signal


DRIVERS who break down on over 4,500 miles of Britain's roads cannot call for help because there is no mo...

Astra wins Scottish Car of the Year 2015


The new Vauxhall Astra, a British-built hatchback, has won Scottish Car of the Year 2015. The car from th...

Top Gear to return on May 8


THE BBC's Top Gear will return to British TV screens on Sunday May 8, presenter Chris Evans has revealed....

Nitrogen oxide accreditation system planned


A NEW SYSTEM to help people understand nitrogen oxide emissions is set to launch in early 2016. The initi...

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