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More than 80 miles of smart motorways under construction will be fitted with additional emergency areas.

'Huge support' for rail upgrade plan

Plans to improve rail services along the Birmingham to Shrewsbury corridor have the "overwhelming" support of Black Country residents, new research has indicated.

Leeds tram proposal not a sufficient replacement for HS2 eastern leg, says council

Leeds City Council has said that the proposed tram system for the city will not provide the connectivity required and promised for local residents.

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  • 'Huge support' for rail upgrade planPlans to improve rail services along the Birmingham to Shrewsbury corridor have the "overwhelming" support of Black Country residents, new research has indicated.

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