HC Deb 25 January 1978 vol 942 c603W
Mr. Adley

asked the Secretary of State for Transport if he will list, for Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire, the three stretches of non-motorway trunk road, in each county, with the heaviest traffic flow; which of the stretches is dual

Percentage change in heavy goods vehicle flow over the last five years counted
1. A31, Ferndown-Wimborne Minister -29
2. A35, Puddletown-Dorchester Nil
3. A35, Charmouth-Bridport +4
1. A33, Winchester by-pass (A272–A31 section)* -7
2. A33, Winchester by-pass (A33–A272 section)* Not known
3. A27, Farlington by-pass (Portsmouth outskirts)† +6
1. A419, Cricklade-Broad Blunsdon ‡ -2
2. A303, Stonehenge (A344)-Amesbury (A345)§ -26
3. A303, Bulford Camp (A3028)-Hampshire boundary (A338) -16
*Dual carriageway with 50 m.p.h. speed limit.
† Dual carriageway with 70 m.p.h. limit.
‡ Mainly single carriageway but with 1,000 yards of dual at 50 m.p.h.
§ Mainly dual carriageway but with 500 yards of single carriageway.