The ABD seeks these changes to Britain's motorways:

The M6 just north of Tebay services in Cumbria has carriageways which are so far apart that sheep can graze between them. This design totally eliminates the possibility of cross-over accidents and stops rubber-necking at accidents. Separated carriageways should be standard design practice for all new motorways wherever space permits. A minor road between the carriageways could provide access for emergency services and maintenance, reducing the need to close lanes.

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