Consultation outcome

M3 Junctions 2 to 4a statutory instrument

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Managed Motorway M3 Junctions 2 to 4a: response to consultation report September 2013

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Detail of outcome

This report details the Highways Agency’s response to comments raised during the eight week consultation period on the proposal for draft regulations required for the implementation of variable mandatory speed limits on the M3 between junctions 2 and 4a.

Original consultation

Summary

Seeks views on draft regulations for the M3 Junctions 2 to 4a managed motorway from affected organisations, businesses and individuals.

This consultation ran from
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Consultation description

The Highways Agency proposes to improve the M3 by making it a ‘managed motorway’ between Junctions 2 and 4a.

Managed motorways help relieve congestion by using the hard shoulder as a running lane and 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

M3 Junctions 2 to 4a statutory instrument consultation document

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Published 4 March 2013
Last updated 20 October 2014 + show all updates
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