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M6 Jct 11A - 19 Improvement

M6 Jct 11A - 19 Improvement

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The Project

Until recently, a Junctions 11a and 19 widening project was being developed, following consideration in 2004 to 2006 of an M6 tolled Expressway. However, a 2008 study was undertaken into the potential of a managed motorway alternative to widening, extending down to Junction 10a.

In January 2009, the Secretary of State for Transport (Geoff Hoon) announced a Managed Motorway strategy and identified a number of Projects that would be progressed over the next few years. M6 Junction 10a – 13 was announced as a scheme that would commence construction by 2015 and the remainder from M6 Junction 13 to 19 would form part of a longer-term strategy that is not expected to commence construction before 2015. 

This previous M6 Junction 11a to 19 widening scheme has now been abandoned and withdrawn and information about the replacement schemes can be found by following the links below:

Current documents held on this site are retained for the present and can be found using the tabs above.

However, this site will formally be closed down on 30 November 2009 having been replaced by the two new websites described above.