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Wolverhampton scraps Red Route pilot amid residents' complaints

Councillors in Wolverhampton this week voted to abandon a pilot Red Route in the borough, against the advice of officers who said the scheme should be made permanent because it has successfully reduced journey times for motor vehicles.

The Conservative and Liberal Democrat groups who have jointly run Wolverhampton since May agreed to abide by their local election manifesto pledges to scrap the scheme. The experimental Traffic Regulation Order for the Red Route on the A449 Stafford Road will...

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