A30 Bodmin - Indian Queens

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Type
Road for use by all traffic
Status
Completed
Authority
Highways Agency
Cost
£ 50m
Finance
Central Government
Timescale
2005-2007
Length
11.5 km (7.1 miles)

Scheme Outline

Construction of a new dual-two lane grade separated dual carriageway on a new alignment to replace the current A30 between the southern terminus of the Bodmin bypass and Indian Queens. It will plug the gap between dual carriageway at each end and provide a continuous grade-separated route on the A30 from Bodmin Moor to the A39 fork.

Progress

14 July 2005 Works starts on the new road.
14 January 2006 Junction work is well advanced. Junctions are to be largely completed before most of the work on the dual carriageway itself in order to reduce the amount of disruption and temporary diversions.
14 May 2006 Some junctions are now complete and traffic is now using some of the new overpasses to cross the road bed.
14 April 2007 Work continues apace, with substantial parts of the road including junctions looking complete.
14 May 2007 The first section of new road is now open to traffic.
14 July 2007 The road is completed and opened to traffic.

More information

Official website
highways.gov.uk/roads/projects/3490.aspx
News story
news.bbc.co.uk/.../4052133.stm

It's over!

This scheme has been completed, so it's no longer possible to edit any of the information on this page.

This scheme was last updated on 26 October 2008.