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Trans Pennine route consultation 12 February 2018 - 25 March 2018

Trans-Pennine Upgrade

Highways England is consulting with the public on improving road connections across the Pennines between the Manchester and Sheffield city regions.

The Trans-Pennine Upgrade is a critical part of a £15 billion investment in England's motorways and major A-roads from 2015 to 2020 - the largest investment in a generation.

The existing route provides a key connection between these two important northern city regions, but it suffers from significant congestion, poor journey times and reliability, and high accident rates.

How to respond

The consultation will run for six weeks from 12 February 2018. You can respond by 25 March 2018 by:

Paper response forms and consultation brochures will be available at locations open to the public from 12 February and at public exhibitions. They can be handed in at these events or sent to the address provided on the form.

Find out more about the consultation and events and deposit locations at: www.highways.gov.uk/trans-pennine-upgrade/

Public consultation events, offering people the chance to see the proposals and meet with members of the project team, will be held as follows:

DateTimeVenueAddress
Saturday 17 February 201812 noon to 6pmMottram C of E Primary SchoolMottram, Hyde, SK14 6JL
Wednesday 28 February 20182pm to 8pmBradbury Community HouseGlossop, Derbyshire, SK13 8AR
Saturday 3 March 201811am to 5pmTescoStockport Road, Hattersley, Hyde, SK14 6QA
Monday 5 March 201812 noon to 6pmTankersley Welfare HallPilley Lane, Tankersley, Barnsley, S75 3AP
Friday 9 March 201811am to 5pmSt Mary's ChurchMarket Street, Hollingworth, Hyde, SK14 8NE
Saturday 10 March 201811am to 5pmMottram Community CentreBrow, Mottram, Hyde, SK14 6JJ