M1-4620B J35-J34 Southbound

Craig Barrack made this Freedom of Information request to Highways England Company Limited

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Dear Highways England Company Limited,

Could you confirm the variable speed limit at 12:52 on 19/11/20 at M1-4620B J35-J34 Southbound and reason for any change from the 70mph normal limit.

Yours faithfully,

C Barrack

Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

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Dear Mr Barrack

 

Thank you for your email to Highways England on 25 November concerning
speed settings on the enforcement site 4620b M1 southbound Junction 35 to
Junction 34 AT 12:52 on 19 November 2020.

 

The information you have requested we make available to the public on a
regular basis.

Your request has been handled under normal business practices and not in
accordance with the Freedom of Information Act/Environmental Information
Regulations.

 

The following refers to settings for the enforcement site 4620b on the
specified date and time requested:-

12:49 temporary speed setting of 50mph set through this area which
included site 4620b following a report of a broken down vehicle in a live
lane in the general area.

12:55 Red X shown over lane 1 with temporary speeds of 40mph set over
lanes 2/3/4 on confirmation of the live lane breakdown location.

 

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Yorkshire Police.

 

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