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The deadline for written submissions was 31 January 2016 . However, late submissions may still be considered. Please contact the committee if you have any queries.
Several "all-lane running" motorway schemes in sections of the M1, M4, M5, M6, M42 and M62 are in operation either as part of a managed motorway or with the hard shoulder used as a full-time running lane. Use of all-lane running looks set to expand and the Transport Committee would like to evaluate the evidence generated to date and gather information on the experiences of road users.
Evidence given by Dave Gregory, and Richard Goddard, European Rescue and Recovery Initiative Committee; Andrew Jones MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, and Jon Griffiths, Deputy Director, Road Investment Strategy, Department for Transport, and Mike Wilson, Chief Operations Officer, Highways England (at 4.45pm).
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Transport Committee examines impact of all-lane running motorway schemes with Department for Transport