M2: £92million upgrade works given the go ahead
Monday 21st June 2021
A £92million scheme to improve a busy junction on the M2 has been give the go ahead.
The upgrade scheme was agreed on June 21 by Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps.
Works to improve junction 5 of the M2, the interchange with the A249 at Stockbury, will begin in September.
The junction currently has one of the highest collision rates in England and is hoped this project will reduce collisions by around a third.
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