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• More than 250 objections against the Southampton overnight/Sunday truck

12th August 1993
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ban will lead to the city's council officers proposing that the ban be dropped at the city environment committee meeting on 16 August.

Rogers joins • Peter Rogers has been appointed to the Transport Tribunal for the next three years. Rogers has business experience in both haulage and passenger transport operations and is a member of the Bus and Coach Council.

Orrell link • A new bypass linking the M6/M58 at Orrell with the M61 at Westhoughton has been announced by the DOT. The A5225 Wigan, Hindley and Westhoughton bypass is expected to cost £112m.

Hopes dashed

• Hauliers' hopes of an upturn in the construction sector have been dashed by an industry survey. Figures from the Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors show workloads continuing to fall.

Piggy-back study

• A .C.120,000 six-month study into the viability of a rail service to carry semitrailers through Ireland and Scotland, to the Continent via Folkestone is being managed by Eurotunnel and 23 private and local government bodies.

Young winner • Brian McCarthy, Christian Salvesen's operations manager at Neasden, London has won the Institute of Logistics' Young Manager of the Year award for his work on a Portuguese project.


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