Consultation outcome

M25 junctions 5 to 7 managed motorway

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

A report summarising responses to the consultation has been published by the Highways Agency. It provides a summary of the responses received and details the outcomes of the consultation process.

Original consultation

Summary

Seeks views on draft regulations for implementation of variable speed limits on the M25 from junctions 5 to 7.

This consultation ran from
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Consultation description

The Highways Agency proposes to improve the M25 by making it a ‘managed motorway’ between junctions 5 and 7. Managed motorways help relieve congestion by using the hard shoulder as a running lane and using technology to vary the mandatory speed limits.

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 5 to 7 managed motorway: consultation document

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Published 24 September 2012