Link road is fourth transport NSIP to get green light

A new link road intended to provide a more direct route for traffic to a major employment area in Bedfordshire has become the fourth transport project to be approved under the regime for deciding Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs).

by Jamie Carpenter
M1: scheme would provide more direct route for traffic between an industrial estate and the primary road network
M1: scheme would provide more direct route for traffic between an industrial estate and the primary road network

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