HC Deb 29 June 1976 vol 914 cc90-1W
Mr. Wigley

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will list in the Official Report all those routes in the United Kingdom which the Government have supported for designation as Euroroutes by the EEC authorities.

Dr. Gilbert

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe is proposing to designate a network of roads of international importance to strengthen relations between European countries. The proposed United Kingdom routes are as follows:

  • E01—Larne, Belfast to Dublin and Wexford.
  • E05—Greenock, Glasgow, Carlisle, Preston, Warrington, Birmingham, Warwick, Banbury, Oxford, Newbury, Winchester and Southampton.
  • E13—Doncaster, Nottingham, Leicester, Northamton, Luton to London Outer Orbital.
  • E15—Inverness, Perth, Dunfermline, Berwick on Tweed, Newcastle, Darlington, Doncaster, Grantham, London Outer Orbital, Maidstone, Folkestone, Dover.
  • E16—Londonderry, Belfast, Larne, across sea to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
  • E18—Craigavon, Belfast, across sea to Stranraer, Gretna, Carlisle and Newcastle.
  • E20—Liverpool Warrington, Manchester, Huddersfield, Leeds and Hull.
  • E22—Holyhead, Bangor, Colwyn Bay, Chester, Warrington, Manchester-Leeds (via E20), Doncaster, Scunthorpe and Immingham.
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  • E28—Birmingham, Kettering, Cambridge, Ipswich.
  • E30—Fishgard, Swansea, Cardiff, Bristol, Swindon, Reading, London Outer Orbital, Chelmsford, Colchester, Ipswich and Felixstowe.
  • E32—Colchester, Harwich.