Highways England is working with the Football Association (FA) to help football fans travel safely to and from matches at Wembley Stadium.
Many fans use the country’s motorways and trunk roads to get to the 90,000-seater stadium – the home of the Three Lions – including the M1, M4, M40 and Britain’s busiest motorway, the M25.
The two organisations will help drivers plan their journeys by warning them of incidents, delays or congestion, using social media channels and digital messaging signs on motorway gantries.
“Each and every event held at the national stadium plays host to thousands of fans who choose to travel via the country’s roads,” said FA Operations Director Jon Sellins. “It’s essential they are able to do so safely, in plenty of time and with access to constantly evolving travel information.”