The prospect of a new toll road relieving pressure on the M4 has reportedly been welcomed by motoring groups.
A spokesman for the AA, while welcoming a relief road, said that charging a toll on the road would “double the injury” for drivers as many would already have paid £6.20 to cross the Severn Bridge.
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