The Chancellor has announced today that the Government will help pay for a multi million pound scheme to remove one of Cornwall's worst bottlenecks.
The three mile section of the A30 on Bodmin Moor at Temple will be upgraded to a dual carriageway. During the summer there are long queues at the spot. The £60 million cost will be shared by Cornwall Council and the Government.
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