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A random selection of interesting facts about the roads and motorways of the world.
More than 94 billion vehicle miles of journeys take place on Britain's motorways every year.
When it opened in 1981 the Humber Bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world. It carries the A15 across the Humber estuary with a single span of 1,410m. Its world title may have gone (that honour is currently held by the 1,991m Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge in Japan) but the Humber Bridge remains the longest single span suspension bridge in Europe and the longest such bridge that you can walk across.
The development of Britain's motorway system added words such as pile-ups, contraflows, middle-lane hogs and hard shoulder to the English language.
The worst recorded traffic jam in Britain was on the M6 from the Preston Bypass to Carnforth, Lancashire on April 17, 1987; it involved 50,000 vehicles and about 200,000 people, all at a complete standstill.
When the first motorways opened in Britain, the penalty for reversing up the carriageway was a £20 fine.