A66

A66 scheme faces legal challenge

03/05/2024

Campaigners have launched a legal challenge against National Highways’ £1.5bn A66 Northern Trans-Pennine scheme.

Value test for A66 scheme after DCO backed

11/03/2024

The transport secretary has granted planning permission for National Highways’ £1.5bn A66 Scheme, but the project is rated as poor value for money and faces a further review of its business case.

DfT puts 'Project Speed' A66 scheme in slow lane

08/11/2023

Ministers have been ridiculed for delaying a planning decision on a £1.5bn road scheme in the North of England, which was hailed as part of the Government's ‘Project Speed’ initiative.

Costain drops out of 'unique' A66 collaboration

08/06/2023

Construction giant Costain has dropped out of the quartet of firms building National Highways’ proposed £1.5bn A66 Northern Trans-Pennine scheme.

RSK firms work hand in hand on A66 digs

10/05/2023

Structural Soils is undertaking what it says is the UK’s largest ground investigation project to date as part of one of National Highways’ flagship schemes.

Not so fast! PINS pans plans to change A66 bid

09/01/2023

National Highways has notified the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) that it intends to make 40 changes to plans for its flagship A66 scheme.

A66 scheme now priced at £1.5bn

16/11/2022

National Highways has put the likely total cost of its flagship A66 Northern Trans-Pennine Project at nearly £1.5bn, compared to a ‘target cost’ of £1.3bn.

A66 scheme proceeds despite 'poor value' rating

27/10/2022

The Department for Transport’s (DfT) top civil servant has allowed National Highways’ flagship A66 scheme to proceed, despite cost increases causing it to be assessed as poor value for money.

A66 planning application goes forward

19/07/2022

The Planning Inspectorate has accepted National Highways' planning application for the £1bn A66 Northern Trans-Pennine project for consideration, despite concerns about the quality of its consultation.

A66 scheme runs into consultation trouble

05/05/2022

Lawyers have criticised National Highways over an alleged lack of transparency in its consultation process for the huge A66 dualling scheme.

Red alert: Eunice closes bridges and roads

18/02/2022

National Highways closed major bridges and a number of roads on the strategic network on Friday morning, while the RAC warned drivers against making unnecessary journeys.

National Highways announces dualling plans for A66

24/09/2021

National Highways has launched a statutory consultation on its plans to dual the remaining sections of the A66 between the M6 at Penrith and A1 at Scotch Corner.

Budget provides new cash to accelerate A66

03/03/2021

The 2021 Budget announced a range of small to medium-sized transport and highways spending measures, including £135m 'development funding' for the A66 Trans-Pennine upgrade.

Preferred route revealed for £1bn A66 dualling

26/05/2020

The Government has announced the preferred route for the £1bn A66 dualling scheme.

TfN backs '£1bn' A66 upgrade

17/05/2019

Transport for the North has backed HIghways England's plans to dual the remaining sections of the A66 across the North Pennines

Cumbria road leads to Roman remains

09/10/2018

Highways England has uncovered the remains of a Roman settlement in Cumbria during its £5m A66 Eden Valley improvements project.

£5m improvement project to take place

23/06/2015

A £5 million project to upgrade road markings and studs on the A66 will be carried out by Highways England.

A66 works to start

30/09/2014

A scheme to resurface and repair a two-and-half mile stretch of the A66 near Workington is due to start on Saturday (4 October).

A66 repairs to take place

04/09/2013

A £356,000 Highways Agency project to repair and resurface a section of the A66 near Penrith in Cumbria will start next Monday (9 September).

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