Roads UK is one of the largest websites covering the subject of British roads.
The aim of the site is to provide a useful resource on our roads, providing an insight into the network, its history and its features.
Why was it set up?
The site was established to provide a useful tool for those wanting to learn more about our roads. Many other sites on the internet had a tendency to cover specific features, so this site was set up to fill the gaps.
Who uses the site?
A whole host of people visit the site, some frequently, some not so often. Users vary from enthusiasts and students to politicians and journalists. The site also receives visits from people across the globe.
How can I help?
The website welcomes contributions from anyone. If you wish to write a feature or submit a photo, please don't hesitate to get in touch!
The low cost of the website means it is entirely self-funded. It is run to provide information and not to make a profit. However, if you wish to help towards the cost of running the site, then Roads UK is grateful to anyone who can help. All donations will go into a pot which will be used to pay towards the running of the site and associated costs (such as the Flickr gallery), and will not be used to make a profit.