It was a huge victory for residents when the hated A20 40mph speed limit was finally axed on Monday night.
I have battled relentlessly to return the Folkestone to Dover dual carriageway to 70mph – with the 40mph limit only enforced on the rare occasions Dover TAP is in place.
Last year Highways England finally caved into my campaign and agreed to make the speed limit variable.
The permanent 40mph limit was removed before the morning rush hour on Tuesday.
Highways England should have got this work finished much sooner. But at long last the speed limit is being lifted.
This will be a huge relief to drivers across Dover and Deal. I would like to say thank you to every single resident who has written to me and Highways England to help our campaign.
I have also been informed the London bound A20 lane closure will be removed on Thursday (July 20), with no more road full closures to be carried out during the summer period.
The scrapping of the limit comes after I held a public meeting in Aycliffe on tackling traffic problems. Dozens of residents turned out at Aycliffe Church Centre to grill highways chiefs.
Residents raised the issue of lorries parked up by the Western Heights roundabout causing noise and air pollution. They said they want the traffic lights moved back down the A20, away from their estate.
I urged Highways England's area managing director Simon Jones to look again at whether this can be done.
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