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A195(M) Washington - the evidence

Reported via mobile in the Sign Obscured (NH) category anonymously at 22:44, Saturday 2 March 2024

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5659299.

I know this sign just say the A195 not anything about the A195(M) heres everything i found ave taken some pictures of the motorway spur running east of A1(M) J64 in Washington. An unusual piece of motorway - - Dual 2 and 3 lane with no hard shoulder - Abrupt End-of-Motorway heading east between junctions - No start of motorway sign heading west - Route confirmation markers call it the A195 despite being motorway at the time I call this road the A195(M) due to being the A195 and a motorway. What do you think? www.sabre-roads.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4723

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  • Thank you for your email of 2 March 2024 about the signs on A195. We appreciate you taking the time to share with us your detailed proposals for how we might improve this section of our network. We understand your concerns and welcome your proposals.

    We're currently engaged in the delivery of the second Road Investment Strategy (2020-2025) with a commitment to deliver significant investment to improve the Strategic Road Network in the north-east. We've recently completed capacity enhancements between A1 Scotswood and North Brunton and we're currently delivering similar capacity enhancements between A1 Birtley and Coal House. We're also continuing to develop and deliver a comprehensive programme of network renewals and upgrades.

    Your feedback has been passed to the relevant department for consideration but we currently have no plans to improve A1(M) junction 64 and the A195.

    Thank you again for contacting us. If there is anything we can help you with, please email or telephone our Contact Centre. They’re available 24 hours a day by phone: 0300 123 5000 or by email info@nationalhighways.co.uk. Alternatively, please visit the National Highways website at nationalhighways.co.uk.

    Posted by National Highways at 09:41, Wednesday 6 March 2024

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