Good lad, you've got yourself in the papers again!  This morning's Telegraph (I know, I know, but bear with me) has a story that the cost of traffic jams has reached £9 billion per year.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/10/18/9-billion-pounds-wasted-year-...

And guess who's popped up with the suggestion that slip roads could be used as contraflows on motorways.  Sounds brilliant!  Why did nobody think of this before?  

'In a letter to Highways England obtained by The Times, Mr Norman called for measures to "look after motorists", who can be caught up in delays for a number of hours with no food or water.'

Poor things, stuck in all that traffic created by other people.  I wonder whether there might be an alternative solution. . .