asked the Secretary of State for Transport what is the cost of the consultation exercise on an east London road assessment study.
I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave him on 25 March 1985 at column 29.
asked the Secretary of State for Transport when the results of the East London road assessment study consultation will be published.
The consultants will be drawing on these results for their initial report about problems—to be published later this year.
asked the Secretary of State for Transport what are the numbers of (a) motor vehicles and (b) heavy goods vehicles using the A1–A102 route.
Collection of this data will form pan of the east London assessment study.
asked the Secretary of State for Transport what has been the cost of all public inquiries into the Archway road since 1967.
asked the Secretary of State for Transport when Her Majesty's Government will publish the proposed routes of the road widening for the A1–A102 link in north London.
There is no such proposal.
asked the Secretary of State for Transport what are the month-by-month comparisons for the daily usage of the north-east sector of the M25 since it was opened from the A1 to the Dartford tunnel.
The M25 became continuous from the A1(M) to the northern approach to the Dartford tunnel in January 1984. Flows are estimated to vary from section to section. At the only location, at Ockendon, where there has been continuous monitoring, the average daily (16-hour) two-way flow for each month was as follows:
|Month 1984||Vehicles per day*|
|* estimated from one-way count|