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Motorways

Question for Department for Transport

UIN 30302, tabled on 8 March 2016

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, pursuant to the Answer of 7 March 2016 to Question 29383, how many (a) miles and (b) lane miles on which sections of the network Highways England plans to convert to Managed Motorways - All Lane Running (MM-ALR) status by the end of the current Road Investment Period; and how many (a) miles and (b) additional lane miles Highways England intends to convert to MM-ALR status in the next Round Investment Period.

Answered on

11 March 2016

The information requested is in the table below:

All Lane Running Schemes - To be started but not finished by the end of the current Road Investment Period (2015 - 2020)

Scheme Name

Scheme Length (miles)

Additional
lane miles

Open For Traffic Commitment

M4 J3-12

31.8

63.6

2021/22

M1 J13-19

36.9

73.8

2021/22

M6 J13-15

17.4

34.8

2021/22

M27 J4-11

15.2

30.3

2020/21

M56 J6-8

4.1

8.2

2021/22

M3 J9-14

9.3

18.6

2021/22

M62 J10-12

8.5

16.9

2022/23

A1(M) Jct 6 - 8

7.5

15.0

TBC *

M1 Junctions 23A-24

1.5

3.0

TBC *

M25 Junctions 10-16

19.3

38.5

TBC *

M40/M42 Interchange Smart Motorways

7.7

10.4

TBC *

M53 Junctions 5-11

6.0

12.1

TBC *

M62 Junctions 20-25

11.9

23.7

TBC *

Further All Lane Running Schemes Announced for Development in next Road Investment Period (2020 - 2025)

Scheme Name

Scheme Length (miles)

Additional
lane miles

Open For Traffic Commitment

M1 Junctions 19-23A

30.9

61.8

TBC *

M1 Junctions 35A-39

13.7

27.4

TBC *

M42 Birmingham Box Phase 4

6.7

13.4

TBC *

TBC * = no Open For Traffic commitment currently exists.

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