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The M32 Motorway (Bus Lane and Speed Limit) Regulations 2018

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Regulation 2

SCHEDULE 1The bus lane

The offside lane of the south-westbound carriageway from a point 31 metres south-west of the centre point of the Severn Beach Railway Line Overbridge to the end of the M32 being a point 101 metres south-west of the centre of junction 3.

Regulation 4

SCHEDULE 2Lengths of the M32 subject to speed limit

1. The north-eastbound carriageway from the start of the M32 being a point 101 metres south-west of the centre of junction 3 to a point 22 metres north-east of the centre point of the Severn Beach Railway Line Overbridge.

2. The south-westbound carriageway from a point 22 metres north-east of the centre point of the Severn Beach Railway Line Overbridge to the end of the M32 being a point 101 metres south-west of the centre of junction 3.

3. The north-eastbound entry slip road at junction 3 from the eastern edge of the junction with Mina Road to the merge with the north-eastbound carriageway.

4. The south-westbound exit slip road at junction 3 from the diverge from the south-westbound carriageway to the point where the road known as the B5041 (Mill Pond Street) joins the slip road.

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