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The M62 Motorway (Junctions 25 to 30) (Actively Managed Hard Shoulder and Variable Speed Limits) Regulations 2012

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Regulation 2

SCHEDULE 1RELEVANT ROADS

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1.  The relevant roads are—

(a)the eastbound carriageway of the M62 between junction 26 and junction 27 beginning at a point which is 72 metres after marker post 102/4 and 28 metres before marker post 102/5, and ending at a point which is 32 metres after marker post 105/2 and 68 metres before marker post 105/3;

(b)the westbound carriageway of the M62 between junction 27 and junction 26 beginning at a point 43 metres after marker post 105/7 and 57 metres before marker post 105/8, and ending at a point 82 metres after marker post 102/0 and 18 metres before marker post 102/1;

(c)the eastbound carriageway of the M62 between junction 27 and junction 28 beginning at a point 20 metres after marker post 107/9 and 80 metres before marker post 108/0, and ending at a point 92 metres after marker post 111/0 and 8 metres before marker post 111/1;

(d)the westbound carriageway of the M62 between junction 28 and junction 27 beginning at a point 57 metres after marker post 111/2 and 43 metres before 111/3, and ending at a point 79 metres after marker post 108/4 and 21 metres before marker post 108/5; and

(e)the eastbound carriageway of the M62 between junction 29 and junction 30 beginning at a point 43 metres after marker post 117/7 and 57 metres before marker post 117/8, and ending at marker post 119/0.

2.  Any reference in this Schedule to the letter “M” followed by a number is a reference to the motorway known by that name.

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