Hyundai Santa Fe
Traffic Officer car
WX64 ZHY Highways Agency MAN / Angloco High Volume Pump with demountable pods.
This is the first fire engine-style vehicle of its kind for the Highways Agency and will be used to reduce the levels of flooding on major trunk roads. The pumps can move 9,000 litres per minute of water using 1,000 metres of hoses. Regular fire appliances are used when there is a risk to life due to flooding, but this vehicle is aimed at opening roads sooner. The unit will be based on the A1 at Bradbury and if successful could be followed by more such vehicles.Share this with | Follow us on
|CV12 EGF A Land Rover Discovery Traffic Officer car. The Welsh translation Swyddog Traffig is shown on the bonnet along with the English.|
|As the Highways Agency only covers England, this vehicle is operated by the Welsh Government. It is almost identical to English HATO cars.|
|A closer look at the wording on the door.|
DX09 MDF and VX08 HVY Here are a pair of Highways Agency Land Rovers that are awaiting the start of their shift in West Yorkshire.
|The view of the rear of the vehicles through a convex mirror. The mirrors are used to check the vehicles’ lights from inside as part of the daily safety checks.|
|NV09 CCD This VW Crafter is used by the Highways Agency to provide extra equipment at road collisions or other major incidents.|
|The rear view, showing a major asset of this vehicle: a large variable message matrix sign that folds up from the roof. Notice how the chevron markings on the rear continue down both sides of the van to make it’s overall high visibility livery.|