Feasibility Study on Brentford M4 Air Quality V

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Dear Highways England Company Limited,

Further to ER101081 I note that your webpage

https://highwaysengland.co.uk/our-work/a...

on "Air Quality Speed Limit Trials" notes

"We’re proposing to introduce speed restrictions at these locations:

M6 junctions 6 to 7 Witton
M1 junctions 34 to 33 Rotherham
M602 junctions 1 to 3 Eccles
M5 junctions 1 to 2 Oldbury
A further four locations with poor air quality already have reduced speed limits in place for other reasons:

M4 Harlington junctions 2 to 4 – due to roadworks
A1 Blaydon Gateshead – due to roadworks
M621 junctions 6 to 7 Leeds – original permanent speed limit is 50mph
M32 junctions 1 to 3 – due to roadworks"

The 2,441 metres of the M4 in Hounslow where the road is owned by Highways England where it is still required to undertake feasibility studies is included in M4 Junction 2 to 4.

Under the Environmental Information Regulations, please can you supply information

i) on the location of the speed limit restrictions that have been imposed on the two carriageways between junctions 2 and 4

ii) the dates and times at which the restrictions have been in effect and

iii) the Air Quality Programme Phase 3 Report which was due to be published "as soon as possible" according to the response to ER101081.

Yours faithfully,

T Henderson

Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

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