Speed Restriction on M1 North Bound at 01:37 on 24/11/2019

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Dear Highways England Company Limited,
I just enquire about a speed restriction which was on the M1 North Bound at 01:37:18 on 24/11/2019.
The speed restriction was for 30 mph on the M1 and enquire if this sign was left on following an earlier incident as there was no sign of anything in the carriageways or near to the motorway. There were no people around and no debris in the road. Could you help me please with this information.
I am in possession of a Notice of Intended Prosecution.

Yours faithfully,

Nigel Marsh

Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

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Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

Dear Mr Marsh

Thank you for your email to the Highways England Customer Contact Centre
regarding speed restrictions on the M1.

Your enquiry has been given the reference number of 21511428; please quote
this in any future correspondence regarding this issue.

Highways England maintains the motorways and major trunk roads in England.
A trunk road is defined as a strategic link road between two points of
significant economic importance; such as cities, ports and airports, where
a motorway isn't present.

All other roads fall under the jurisdiction of the local authority.

In order to process your enquiry, please can you complete all necessary
details as requested below:

What is the exact location of the restrictions (for example, between
junctions X and Y)?

Thank you once again for contacting Highways England and I hope that this
helps with your enquiry. If you've any further enquiries regarding this or
any other Highways England related issue, please visit our website where
information on all Highways England policies and procedures can be found:
www.highwaysengland.co.uk.
 
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Kind regards,

Dan

Customer Contact Centre Advisor

Highways England | National Traffic Operations Centre | 3 Ridgeway,
Quinton Bus. Park | Birmingham | B32 1AF
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Dear Highways England,
Please do you have a response to my request?
I believe that by law the authority shouls have responded.

Yours sincerely,

Nigel Marsh

Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

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Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

Dear Mr Marsh

 Thank you for your email to the Highways England Customer Contact Centre
 regarding speed restrictions on the M1.

 Your enquiry has been given the reference number of 21511428, please
quote
 this in any future correspondence regarding this issue.

 Highways England maintains the motorways and major trunk roads in
England.
 A trunk road is defined as a strategic link road between two points of
 significant economic importance; such as cities, ports and airports,
where
 a motorway isn't present.

 All other roads fall under the jurisdiction of the local authority.

 In order to process your enquiry, please can you complete all necessary
 details as requested below:

 What is the exact location of the restrictions (for example, between
 junctions X and Y)?

 Thank you once again for contacting Highways England and I hope that this
 helps with your enquiry. If you've any further enquiries regarding this
or
 any other Highways England related issue, please visit our website where
 information on all Highways England policies and procedures can be found:
 [1]www.highwaysengland.co.uk.
Highways England Customer Contact Centre

Kind regards,

Lyndsey

Customer Contact Centre | Advisor

Highways England | National Traffic Operations Centre | 3 Ridgeway,
Quinton Bus. Park | Birmingham | B32 1AF

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Dear Highways England,
The temporary speed restriction down to 30 mph was between junction 29 and 30 on the M1 northbound at 01.37 on 24 /11/19

Yours sincerely,

Nigel Marsh

Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

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Thank you for your email to Highways England.

 

If you’re reporting a real time issue which requires immediate attention
please call the Customer Contact Centre on 0300 123 5000.

 

A map of the roads for which we are responsible can be found here
[1]https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk....
If the road you’re interested in isn’t on this map it will fall under the
jurisdiction of the local authority. You can find details of local
authorities using the search facility on the gov.uk website at:
[2]https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council

 

If your email does relate to an issue on Highways England's network it
will be passed to the relevant team within Highways England and they will
respond to you within a maximum of 15 working days.

For more information on how we use your data please check our privacy
notice at: [3]https://www.highwaysengland.co.uk/privacy

 

If you’ve made a request under the Freedom of Information Act we will
respond to you within a maximum of 20 working days. Your request will be
dealt with in line with government guidelines:
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assurance purposes.

 

Kind regards

 

Highways England Customer Contact Centre

 

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Birmingham B32 1AF |
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