Sets out the terms of reference for and scope of the M25 south-west quadrant strategic study.
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The terms of reference sets out the:
- scope, aim and objectives of the M25 south-west quadrant strategic study
- geographical area for the study
- study outputs and timings
- governance of the study
Background to the M25 south-west quadrant strategic study
The M25 south-west quadrant strategic study is one of 6 strategic studies that will inform the development of the second phase of the Road investment strategy (RIS 2). The 6 studies address challenges and opportunities on our motorways and major roads which are too large and complex to fix in a single road period.
The study was announced as part of the first phase of the Road investment strategy (RIS 1) published in December 2014. The RIS 1 and RIS 2 set out a long-term approach to improve England’s motorways and major roads (the ‘strategic road network’).