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Variable speed limit at M1-4620B J35-J34 Southbound

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Dear Highways England Company Limited,

Could you confirm the variable speed limit at 13.29 on 26/08/18 at M1-4620B J35-J34 Southbound and reason for any change from the 70mph normal limit.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Burrows

Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

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Dear Mr Burrows

 

Thank you for your email on 30 August 2018 concerning Speed settings on
the M1 J35 – J34 site address 4620B at 13:29 on 26 August 2018. The
information you have requested we make available to the public on a
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The following refers to settings for site 4620b on the specified date and
time requested:-

13:25 Temporary speed setting of 40mph activated due to automatic queue
detection systems as there was a high volume of traffic on the nearside
lane and also traffic slowing down on other lanes wanting to access the
nearside lane which becomes the exit to J34 (Meadowhall).

13:45 Temporary speed setting of 40mph was automatically changed to a
speed of 60mph as queues decreased in level.

 

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