M54 link to M6 Toll
- New road with some parts under motorway restrictions
- Preparation of legal orders and public inquiry
- Highways England
- £ 112m
- Midland Expressway Ltd.
- 6.4 km (4.0 miles)
A new route to connect the M54, which currently only has south-facing access to the M6, to the M6 Toll slightly to the north. The route will be paid for by the M6 Toll concessionaires. Sadly, considering this will be a link between three motorways, early signs are that it will not be a motorway itself.
The road will be free to use, though obviously traffic joining the M6 Toll will be subject to the toll charges.
|14 July 2006||Public exhibitions are held in the area to view the proposals.|
|16 July 2010||According to the Shropshire Star this has been put on hold, pending the current spending review.|
|30 October 2010||Following the autumn spending review, the DfT has stated that it will seek to improve the design and sequence of work for this scheme.|
|20 January 2012||According to a BBC News report, Telford and Wrekin Council will launch a campaign today in support of this scheme.|
|2 October 2014||The Highways Agency has started a consultation on the scheme and published three options for the link. The Government has confirmed funding for this link if developer contributions come in.|
- News story
- Official website
With thanks to Woodlea1, Fraser Mitchell and Michael Pritchard for information on this page.
This scheme was last updated on 14 October 2014.