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18 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
LONG weekend traffic is inevitable for any driver looking to hit the road over the break. But some parts of the UK are expected to see much more congestion than others, with motorists encouraged to avoid certain hotspots where possible. Just under 4.5million car journeys will take place tomorrow Figures from the RAC and INRIX predict a whopping 12million leisure car journeys from Friday to Monday, with tomorrow being the most chaotic day on British roads. The traffic experts have identified the regions around the country with the longest expected delays, which could see drivers adding on an extra hour to their journey. If possible, you should try to alter your journey to avoid the busiest stretches of road. Weekend traffic is expected to peak just after midday tomorrow, with the longest delays in the country focused around the M62 in the North West. Good Friday will see the heaviest delays for British motorists Drivers heading west between junction 27 and 18 can expect delays of almost an hour. Motorists travelling north on the A64 and M6 will also hit slow-moving traffic, adding at least 30 minutes to their journey time. The M25 is expected to see delays scattered across the weekend in both directions, particularly as Londoners head home on Monday afternoon. And congestion on Saturday will be at its heaviest in the South West on the A303, while Sunday will also see delays around the London Orbital. Dan Croft, Incident Group Operations Manager at INRIX, said: “Drivers in the UK are all too familiar with traffic jams. “In fact, the average UK driver lost more than 170 hours to congestion last year. During peak hours over Easter, journeys could take UK drivers three times longer than usual. “We are predicting Good Friday will be the worst for traffic from late morning into the afternoon. “For drivers looking to avoid the worst congestion, the best options are to travel on Saturday, set off early in the morning and keep updated with real-time traffic data.” HOLIDAY MADNESS The best and worst times to travel this Easter long weekend as 27million cars hit the road And while the traffic may put a slight dampener on the weekend, the weather promises to brighten things up. Warm, dry weather has been forecast for much of the country, with temperatures expected to exceed 20 degrees C in the south. Martin Young, Deputy Chief Meteorologist at the Met Office, said: “After what’s been a rather cold month so far, temperatures are going to rise this week with plenty of warm, dry and sunny weather to start off the Easter weekend. “It’ll be very warm for the time of year in many parts of the UK on Friday and Saturday, with many places in the south seeing temperatures above 20 Celsius. “Things will probably turn more unsettled later in the long weekend, with cooler weather starting to arrive on Sunday from the northwest.” [article-rail-section title=”latest motors news” posts_category=”5725″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Melanie Clarke, Highways England’s customer service director, said: “We’re doing everything we can to make journeys as smooth as possible this Easter and that’s why we’re keeping around 99 per cent of the road network we manage, free from roadworks. “Safety is our top priority and we know from experience that almost half of breakdowns can easily be avoided if motorists carry out simple vehicle checks before setting off over this period.” We previously revealed the best and worst times to travel on British roads this Easter weekend. 
18 Apr 19
Peace in Kurdistan

FOR RELEASE 19/04/2019 Contact details Address: Kurdish Community Centre, 119-121 Chepstow Road, Newport, NP19 8BZ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KSCCymru Email: thomas_muntzer_cardiff@hotmail.co.uk Phone: +44 (0) 7940 108 146   STARTS (NEWPORT, WALES) Today local residents and campaigners will take part in a solidarity fast at the Kurdish Community Centre in Newport. This fast is in solidarity with Imam […]

18 Apr 19
Market Research

Medical Robotic Systems Market – Snapshot Rapid growth of the medical robotic systems is attributed to a blend of technological improvements such as use of more efficient motors, compact and light materials, power back-up and sophisticated controls and safety mechanisms, along with more economic versions. Moreover, rise in demand for minimal invasive surgeries further boosts […]

18 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

image rights Thai Navy / EPA image Description The couple denies that the structure is located in the territorial waters of Thailand A US man and his partner could face the death penalty after being accused of having built a "Sea Home" off Thailand. Chad Elwartowski hid with his girlfriend Supranee Thepdet after the Navy […]

18 Apr 19
World Site News

ANI | Updated: Apr 18, 2019 14:25 IST Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 18 (ANI): The United States on Wednesday imposed new sanctions on Cuba including limitations on travel to the Latin American nation.The new measures restricted Cuba’s border policies and allowed exiles to sue for properties seized by the former Fidel Castro-led Cuban government, The…

18 Apr 19
DDMarketTrends

The latest trending report Global Preclinical Tomography System Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024 offered by DecisionDatabases.com is an informative study covering the market with detailed analysis. The report will assist reader with better understanding and decision making. Preclinical Tomography System is used tomography technology to the visualization of living animals for research […]

18 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
LONG weekend traffic is inevitable for any driver looking to hit the road over the break. But some parts of the UK are expected to see much more congestion than others, with motorists encouraged to avoid certain hotspots where possible. Just under 4.5million car journeys will take place tomorrow Figures from the RAC and INRIX predict a whopping 12million leisure car journeys from Friday to Monday, with tomorrow being the most chaotic day on British roads. The traffic experts have identified the regions around the country with the longest expected delays, which could see drivers adding on an extra hour to their journey. If possible, you should try to alter your journey to avoid the busiest stretches of road. Weekend traffic is expected to peak just after midday tomorrow, with the longest delays in the country focused around the M62 in the North West. Good Friday will see the heaviest delays for British motorists Drivers heading west between junction 27 and 18 can expect delays of almost an hour. Motorists travelling north on the A64 and M6 will also hit slow-moving traffic, adding at least 30 minutes to their journey time. The M25 is expected to see delays scattered across the weekend in both directions, particularly as Londoners head home on Monday afternoon. And congestion on Saturday will be at its heaviest in the South West on the A303, while Sunday will also see delays around the London Orbital. Dan Croft, Incident Group Operations Manager at INRIX, said: “Drivers in the UK are all too familiar with traffic jams. “In fact, the average UK driver lost more than 170 hours to congestion last year. During peak hours over Easter, journeys could take UK drivers three times longer than usual. “We are predicting Good Friday will be the worst for traffic from late morning into the afternoon. “For drivers looking to avoid the worst congestion, the best options are to travel on Saturday, set off early in the morning and keep updated with real-time traffic data.” HOLIDAY MADNESS The best and worst times to travel this Easter long weekend as 27million cars hit the road And while the traffic may put a slight dampener on the weekend, the weather promises to brighten things up. Warm, dry weather has been forecast for much of the country, with temperatures expected to exceed 20 degrees C in the south. Martin Young, Deputy Chief Meteorologist at the Met Office, said: “After what’s been a rather cold month so far, temperatures are going to rise this week with plenty of warm, dry and sunny weather to start off the Easter weekend. “It’ll be very warm for the time of year in many parts of the UK on Friday and Saturday, with many places in the south seeing temperatures above 20 Celsius. “Things will probably turn more unsettled later in the long weekend, with cooler weather starting to arrive on Sunday from the northwest.” [article-rail-section title=”latest motors news” posts_category=”4843″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Melanie Clarke, Highways England’s customer service director, said: “We’re doing everything we can to make journeys as smooth as possible this Easter and that’s why we’re keeping around 99 per cent of the road network we manage, free from roadworks. “Safety is our top priority and we know from experience that almost half of breakdowns can easily be avoided if motorists carry out simple vehicle checks before setting off over this period.” We previously revealed the best and worst times to travel on British roads this Easter weekend. 
18 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Ian Brossat, head of the communist list for the European elections, traveled to France for several months. But it is the debate of 12 on France 2, April 4, which made it known to the general public. Clear, precise, concrete, his interventions and proposals during this evening imposed on the political scene. Meeting. After months […]

18 Apr 19
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18 Apr 19
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18 Apr 19
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Metal Roofing Market Report Provided Full Details of Executive summary Scope of the report Research Methodology Introduction 2017 Market landscape Market segmentation by type Segmentation by application Latest Geographical segmentation Decision framework Drivers and challenges Market trends Vendor landscape Key vendor analysis. In this report, the global Metal Roofing market is valued at USD XX […]