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The projects

A30 Bodmin to Indian Queens Comprises an 11km long offline dual, two lane road, running from the western end of the Bodmin bypass. The route skirts two environmentally sensitive areas as well as archaeological sites dating from the bronze age.

Structural works consist of eight bridges. Contract awarded to Alfred McAlpine in 2002, completion due 2007.

A46 Newark to Widmerpool improvement Consists of an upgrade of 28km of single carriageway A46 to dual carriageway between the Widmerpool interchange in the south and the Newark relief road in the north. Only 8km of the work comprises online widening.

There are 10 grade separated junctions and 26 structures in all, including an underline railway bridge. Contract awarded to Balfour Beatty earlier this year, completion due in 2009.

A47 Blofield to North Burlingham dualling The upgrading of the A47 between Norwich and Great Yarmouth to dual carriageway standard. Work will take place to the south of the existing road.

Contract awarded earlier this year to Nuttall, completion due 2007.

A63 Melton grade separated junction Transforming an existing signal controlled junction on A63 between Liverpool and Hull. New junction will incorporate a 'dumbbell' arrangement of two roundabouts connected by a single overbridge over the A63 dual carriageway.

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