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"Many people think most accidents with deer and vehicles occur on more remote Highland roads, but in Scotland at least 40 per cent occur on A-class trunk roads or motorways, including across much of SouthWest Scotland's road network."
Mr Kerr had written to the transport secretary in March to make the case for the road, currently under the control of Stirling Council, to be given trunk road status and looked after by Transport Scotland.
It will be recalled that Japan, in 1994, completed the construction of the National Trunk Road N8, through an Official Development Assistance (ODA) loan (176 kilometres) to Ghana.
In written evidence, the South Wales Trunk Road Agent says its funding changes from year to year.
In fact, according to a study by independent consultants Halcrow, the Government would need to increase the total land taken by roads by less than three per cent in order to avoid worse congestion on motorways and trunk roads by 2031.
THE A1 TRUNK ROAD (SEATON BURN INTERCHANGE TO DENTON BURN INTERCHANGE) (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION AND PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Highways England Co Ltd has made an Order on the A1 Trunk Road, in the District of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to enable gantry sign works to be carried out in safety.
The North Wales Trunk Roads Agency formed following a Welsh Assembly Government Review of trunk road management.
"Our salt supplies are sufficient for the foreseeable future and we will continue to manage them to make sure we can keep our key trunk roads open in the coming weeks.
North East Labour MP David Clelland is to quiz Transport Secretary Alistair Darling over the high level of injuries on the A19, the key trunk road between Teesside and Tyneside.
am responsible for the maintenance of over 2100 miles of trunk road.
'We also continue to improve the trunk road network, making a capital investment of nearly pounds 500 million during 2004/05, and improving our performance in keeping the network open and our customers informed during severe weather.'
Plans to build a pounds 25 million trunk road in Mid Wales in a bid to save lives are to go under the spotlight again.
The MSPs claim the tendering process for the four major trunk road contracts was biased in favour of private firms rather than council Direct Labour Organisations and could put 3,500 jobs under threat.
For centuries the Grand Trunk Road, which stretches 2,500 kilometres across the Indian subcontinent from Calcutta to the Northwest Frontier, United India.
Northern Gas Networks (NGN) has warned those who travel on Cargo Fleet Lane and the Trunk Road towards Middlesbrough that delays will be likely until works complete on May 22.