BNRR

(redirected from Birmingham Northern Relief Road)
AcronymDefinition
BNRRBirmingham Northern Relief Road (Birmingham, England tolled bypass opening in 2004)
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After all, we, here in the West Midlands, have more than most experienced the reality of privately-operated toll roads as the Birmingham Northern Relief Road has failed to live up to its ambitious name.
A quarter of a century ago, the Birmingham Northern Relief Road was conceived to relieve the M6 through Birmingham.
Use of the road -formally known as the Birmingham Northern Relief Road -was due to be phased in over the next five days in an attempt to ensure the safety of motorists.
Midland Expressway Ltd (MEL) is to open the 27-mile M6 Toll, formerly known as the Birmingham Northern Relief Road, ahead of schedule.
It was back in May 1989 that the Birmingham Northern Relief Road, as it was first known, finally got the go-ahead.
The Birmingham Northern Relief Road is scheduled to open in 2004 - and will be paid for by private money.
Last night another 10 were holding out in the warren - the "Bucket Hilton"- on the site of Britain's first toll motorway, the Birmingham northern relief road near Weeford, Staffs.
The pounds 370million three-lane Birmingham Northern Relief road will be privately financed.
But the Government is also proposing to spend pounds 20 billion on the new High Speed Rail Project, which will blight our village with noise pollution, when we are already exposed to noise and pollution from the M6, M42, Birmingham Northern Relief Road and being on the flight paths to Birmingham International Airport.
Campaigns represented include the Newbury bypass in Berkshire, Oxleas Wood in London, and the Birmingham Northern Relief Road which is now the M6 Toll.
A key section of the M42 near Birmingham is to be closed for three days to allow workmen to demolish two bridges to make way for the Birmingham Northern Relief Road.
The High Court threw out an appeal by the group, fighting to stop the Birmingham Northern Relief Road being built.
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