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HGVHeavy Goods Vehicle
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HGVHuman Genetic Variation (medical research)
HGVHypersonic Glide Vehicle
HGVHead Gasket Volume (engine design)
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"Due to the main roads and pavements along the A51 through the parish being 1.8m narrower than the HS2 Rural Road Design Criteria, the route through Woore Parish is wholly unsuitable for large numbers of HGV traffic."
The petition claims that, if removed, the bridge will no longer act as a deterrent to HGVs who will use it as a rat run.
MODEL STUDENT Jodie at Aberdeen College and, right, behind wheel of HGV
A Gwent Police spokesman said: "At approximately 9.55am on Saturday, May 4, we were called to reports of a collision between an HGV vehicle and a pedestrian on Usk Way in Newport.
Officers decided to see how confident Holmes was by returning the HGV to him, and covertly following him to see exactly what he did next.
An HGV could be launched from existing Chinese missiles such as the DF-11, DF-15, DF-16, DF-21 or DF-26.
HGVs can legally use the roads in Radyr to get to a development based within the village - but cannot use the roads as a cutthrough.
Detective Constable Pete Davies from the serious collision investigation unit, said: "We'd like to speak to anyone who witnessed the collision or saw either the pedestrian or HGV beforehand.
"When I promoted the ban we were told it would be considered as part of an all Renfrewshire HGV strategy.
The driver of the HGV stopped at the scene and has been helping police with their enquiries.
"We have vacancies for a wide range of positions, including newly qualified and inexperienced HGV drivers.