National Highways has launched an online tool to gather the public’s views on the issues and opportunities for major A-roads including the A30 to Penzance
Who are National Highways?
National Highways is responsible for England’s motorways and major roads, including the A30, as far as the Tesco Roundabout on the approach to Penzance.
Their aim is to ensure the road network is free-flowing, safe and serviceable. They also want to support economic growth with a modern and reliable road network that reduces delays, creates jobs, helps businesses and opens up new areas for development.
What is the online feedback tool?
National Highways has launched the online feedback tool for people travelling on, and living near, England’s major roads.
The tool is part of their engagement process for Route Strategies, and will inform the government’s decisions on future road investment.
Why should you get involved?
This is your chance to raise your views and concerns about the A30 including where you regularly experience congestion or safety concerns, or where you see opportunities for better facilities.
The information you give will be considered alongside National Highways’ other evidence and engagement to build a picture on future investment opportunities.
Derek Thomas MP says: “National Highways will shortly be planning its road improvement strategy for 2025 onwards. I would urge everyone who is affected by delays on the A30 – and at this time of the year, that means all of us! – to give them feedback.”