Lights out on M1 will save 1,000 tonnes of CO2
Lighting between Bedford and Milton Keynes on the M1 is to be switched off as a part of a project by the Highways Agency to cut carbon emissions and light pollutionIn an extension of the scheme which saw lights between the Luton and Bedford junctions switched off in August 2011, the Highways Agency has confirmed that a further 13-mile stretch of the M1 from junc
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