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Southampton is already the country's busiest port and now it is getting even busier with the opening of a new car terminal.
The £50 million project will allow even more cars built in Oxford and Swindon to be exported around the world.
Richard Slee reports.
Richard spoke to Michael Rye, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Terminals, Alistair Welch, Director of the Port of Southampton and Rt Hon Greg Hands MP, Trade Minister.
Visitors to the new Westgate Centre in Oxford which opens today are being urged to use public transport to help reduce traffic in the city centre.
There are fears the roads could be brought to a standstill as shoppers flock to the area.
Improvements to bus services have been made to help minimise disruption.
ITV Meridian spoke to Phil Southall from Oxford Bus Company.
Oxford's Westgate shopping centre opens to the public on Tuesday, though it's a long way from being completed.
Contractors are working flat out to get the £420 million centre ready for its official opening on Tuesday.
Only 60 of the 125 units will be ready and trading this week, with that number rising to 90 by Christmas.
Below is the Westgate's promotional video of what's in store:
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Work on the huge project began two years ago, and will continue down to the wire.
The site will be home to more than a hundred shops, restaurants and a cinema and will bring three thousand jobs to the area.
Workers have been laying paving outside the Bonn Square facade this weekend.
The centre will open to the public 9.30am on Tuesday and Primark and John Lewis will cut their ribbons at 10am.
For more information about opening times and stores, click here