§ Mr. Pickles
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions which roads have been de-trunked in each of the last five years; and if he will make a statement on de-trunking. 177W
§ Mr. Jamieson
A New Deal for Trunk Roads in England published in July 1998 set out the Government's conclusions on its strategic review of the trunk road programme. These included a proposal to de-trunk roads not on the core network so that their management and improvement can be fully integrated with land use planning and the new local transport plans for delivering integrated transport.
Road From To Date of de-trunking A638 Junction with A1(M) Doncaster 1 April 2001 A650 Westgate Hill Street A62 (Drigh Bypass) 1 April 2001 A10 Junction with A505 Kings Lynn 1 May 2001 A134 Kings Lynn Thetford 1 May 2001 A12 Ipswich Lowestoft 1 June 2001 A140 Needham Market Norwich 1 June 2001 A361 A361 Southam Road/A422 Hennef Way Roundabout in Banbury Junction with B4100 Castle Street/Warwick Road 15 June 2001 A423 Ryton-on-Dunsmore Roundabout A361 Southam Road/A422 Hennef Way Roundabout in Banbury 15 June 2001 A15 (a) M180 (a) Humber Bridge 1 July 2001 (b) Roundabout on north of Humber Bridge (b) Junction with Ferriby High Road 1 July 2001 A6 Luton Bedford 31 August 2001 A6 Junction with A45 Junction with A14/A6003 Burton Latimer 31 August 2001 A43 M1 Junction 15A Junction with A16 Stamford 31 August 2001 A428 Junction with A421 East of Bedford Northampton 31 August 2001 B1525 (formerly part of A16) Junction with A15/A16, West of Market Deeping Junction with A16, North of Deeping Common 1 September 2001 A557 M62 Junction 7 Runcorn—Widnes Bridge 1 December 2001 A58 Leeds Halifax 28 January 2002
This excludes trunk roads that were transferred to Transport for London and also any de-trunking that has been implemented as part of improvement schemes.