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Work officially starts to upgrade the A30 at Temple today. The 2.8 mile stretch between Temple and Higher Carblake will become a dual carriageway. The project will cost £60m and work is expected to be completed by 2017.
Police are investigating after a pedestrian was knocked down and killed on the A30 near Redruth at 00.30 am on Saturday 15th February.
The man was walking along the east bound carriageway when he was struck by a vehicle traveling the same direction.
It's not know if the bad weather was a factor.
The A30 Westbound blocked with queueing traffic aftern an accident near the B3309 at Rospeath Lane
A Planning Inspectorate has announced, the Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has agreed to look at the planning application for the proposed road upgrade to the A30 between Temple and Carblake.
Cornwall Council wants to widen the A30 Trunk road for nearly 3 miles between Temple and Higher Carblake and realign the existing carriageway to provide additional lanes, the central reserve and verges.
Junctions will be replaced with three separate bridges.
People are now being invited to have their say.
More information can be found here.
Hazardous driving conditions due to rain and fog on A30 around Hayle.
The A30 is closed in both directions at Compton Chamberlayne, Wiltshire, between High Street and West Street due to a car accident which has also brought down some power cables. Police expect the road will stay closed for most of the morning.
Planned overnight closure of the A30 westbound, from Daisymount interchange to the junction of the A30/C832 near M5 Junction 29, will take place tonight and tomorrow night.
Closures on that stretch, from 8pm to 6am each night, are to enable overhead gantry signs to be replaced over the westbound A30. Work was postponed earlier this week due to adverse weather.