Consultation outcome

M25 junctions 16 to 23 controlled motorways

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M25 junctions 16 to 23 controlled motorways - summary of consultation responses

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Detail of outcome

This report provides a summary of the responses received during the consultation regarding the proposal to introduce the controlled motorways scheme regulations on the M25 junctions 16 to 23 . The Highways Agency has considered the comments raised by those consulted and in this document explains its reasons for the selected option to be implemented.

Original consultation

Summary

Seeks views on draft regulations for implementation of variable speed limits on the M25 between junctions 16 and 23.

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Consultation description

The Highways Agency proposes to improve the M25 by making it a controlled motorway between junctions 16 and 23. This helps relieve congestion by using technology to vary the mandatory speed limit.

We have drafted regulations regarding implementation of these variable speed limits and are keen for any organisations, businesses or individuals affected by these proposals to provide their views. We are interested specifically in how the draft regulations could affect you, your organisation or those you represent.

Documents

M25 junctions 16 to 23 controlled motorways: consultation document

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Published 22 January 2013
Last updated 11 December 2013 + show all updates
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