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Written Answers — House of Lords: Roads (1 Jul 2014)

Baroness Kramer: ...Junction and B6403 Junction Improvements Colsterworth) (Detrunking) Order 2007 2007 No. 232 The A435 Trunk Road (Warwickshire and Worcestershire) (Detrunking) Order 2007 2007 No. 3394 The A446 Trunk Road (Bassetts Pole, Staffordshire to M6 Junction 4, Coleshill, Warwickshire) (Detrunking) Order 2007 2007 No. 3395 The A46 Trunk Road (A46/M40 Junction 15 (Longbridge) Bypass)...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Birmingham Northern Relief Road (8 Feb 1993)

Mr Kenneth Carlisle: ...The new relief road to the north of Birmingham is critical for traffic not only around Birmingham but in the north-west and on local roads in the hon. Gentleman's constituency, such as the A38 and A446, which are over-congested because of crowded conditions on the M6.

Orders of the Day — West Midlands (Northern Relief Route) (4 Dec 1984)

Gerald Howarth: forcefully. I shall refer to the other end of the proposed relief road, which would run through my constituency, and in particular to the bit that runs between Essington and the A38 and the A446-A5 roundabout. As my hon. Friend has said, there are traffic jams on the M6 at peak times, and they cause severe congestion. It is accepted that some relief is necessary. The Staffordshire...

Orders of the Day — Road Traffic (Seat Belts) Bill: Report on the Operation of the Act (22 Feb 1980)

Nicholas Winterton: ...A heavy vehicle coming from Manchester to Abingdon market to collect strawberries on a Sunday to take back to the early market in Manchester for the Monday morning came around a sharp corner on the A446. It was coming too fast and the driver braked suddenly so that he was unable to control the vehicle. It came across the road and took away the whole driver's side of my vehicle. If I had...

Orders of the Day — M6 Birmingham (4 Nov 1971)

Sir Sydney Chapman: .... At one point the Chester Road is less than 25 ft. wide. Also, putting it very mildly, it is already inadequate for the existing traffic. The third road is the Curdworth Bridges section of the A446. This is the penultimate junction before Castle Bromwich junction, where most traffic will go to the right, join the A5 and then on to the M6. This road is, to say the least, narrow,...

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