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'Drop A45 lorry ban

30th October 1982
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THE PROPOSED lorry ban on the A45 trunk road in Cambridgesl should be dropped, according to the Freight Transport Associati But the FTA is supporting a town centre ban at Newport Pagnell.

October 16) in time for an an pated imposition of the ban fi spring next year, but it ha.5 ready run into opposition fi Northamptonshire which sal, may not erect advance warr signs about the ban.

According to the FTA, would cause even greater di and inconvenience than the ternative routes being propĀ° by Cambridgeshire.

On the other hand, the FT, supporting Buckinghamshi proposal for a ban on thro lorry traffic in Newport Pag town centre. It believes 1 vehicles travelling from the A to the A509 should use town's by-pass.

It is also happy that the cou has agreed to ban vehicles c 16.5 tonnes, rather than tonnes, as this will have no verse effect on most local livery vehicles. But it is unhal about north/south traffic be banned from the B526, as could cause lengthy diversior


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