Speed limit on 34-mile stretch of M1 to be limited to 60mph to cut air pollution

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Highways Agency says local air quality would be further damaged if motorway continued to operate at current limit

Motorway drivers are set to be limited to a speed of just 60mph for a 34-mile stretch of the M1 in a bid to meet European standards on air pollution. The Highways Agency is proposing introducing the...

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