HC Deb 30 January 2002 vol 379 c326W
Chris Grayling

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions how many multi-modal studies(a) have been completed and (b) will be completed during 2002. [31539]

Mr. Jamieson

The following list shows the multi-modal studies that have reported.Multi-modal study

  • Access to Hastings
  • Cambridge to Huntingdon (A 14)
  • South-east Manchester (Stockport, Manchester Airport Link West, Poynton)
  • West midlands area (M5/M6 and M42 between M40 and M6).

A list of the multi-modal studies expected to report in 2002 are set out as follows: Multi-modal study

  • West midlands to north-west (M6)
  • Tyneside area (A 1/A19)
  • South and west Yorkshire motorway box (M1 J30 to A1 west Yorks/M18/M62 and A1(M)
  • A453 (M1 to J24 (Nottingham)
  • North/south movements in east midlands (M1 junctions 21 to 30)
  • Hull (east/west) corridor (A63 and A1033 to port of Hull)
  • A1 (north of Newcastle)
  • London to Ipswich (A12)
  • South coast (Southampton to Folkestone coastal corridor)—(M27, A27 and A259)
  • M60 junction 12–18 (west to north Manchester)
  • London to south midlands (A1, M1, M11, A5 and A421)
  • London to Reading (Thames Valley -M4)
  • London to south-west and south Wales (A303, M4)
  • ORBIT-Transport solutions around London (M25).

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