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Kent Access Permits for HGVs no longer needed

M20 movable barrier stood down as freight traffic queues vanish

Mark Moran
10 May 2021
How transport secretary Grant Shapps announced the end of the Kent Access Permit regime via Twitter
How transport secretary Grant Shapps announced the end of the Kent Access Permit regime via Twitter

 

Traffic management measures in Kent were removed as cross-Channel trade starts to returns to normal levels. The Kent Access Permit (KAP) and the M20 moveable barrier were stood down from 20 April. However, information and advice sites will remain open to support hauliers crossing the GB-EU border.

The decision to wind down the traffic management measures came as freight volumes between the UK and the EU appear to be operating at normal levels, said the Department for Transport (DfT).

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