M11 one of the worst serviced motorways in UK
News / Fri 15th Nov 2019 am30 08:56am
ACCORDING to new research by Just Tyres, which analyses the UK’s motorways to find out the best and worst serviced motorways in the country, the M11 is the second worst-serviced motorway.
The M11 is the 55-mile motorway which was built in the seventies to transport traffic from London to the then newly-developed Stansted airport. These days, the motorway travels from London to Cambridge, passing through Harlow and Stansted Airport, and provides connections to the M25 and A14, to name a few.
The M11 scored an overall score of 32/100 in Just Tyres’ index, as well as scoring badly on congestion with on average, 82,000 vehicles travelling up and down the road every day. For all of these travellers, the motorway only has one service station (the Birchanger Green Welcome Break on Junction 8), causing the motorway to score low on ‘frequency’ of service stations, as well as on customer satisfaction.
You can view the full findings of the research at Just Tyres.