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HGVSHuman Genome Variation Society (Carlton South VIC, Australia)
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The council has instead proposed two alternative routes, directing HGVs to exit the M6 at Keele Services on to Three Mile Lane and along an unused railway line, or rerouting the traffic from Baldwin's Gate on the A53 along Manor Road to the sites in Madeley.
"If you look at the proportion of HGVs that are travelling the full length of the M6 Toll, they are only taking about half of the potential traffic.
"A444 Weddington road has seen a significant increase in HGV traffic since the removal of the similar rail bridge, and the number of HGV and large vehicles becoming stuck under the bridge is proof that HGVs will use the route regularly as a "rat run" through Nuneaton if the bridge is removed, and that it currently acts as a barrier."
It is unclear, however, when China might deploy HGVs. Professor Dennis Gorley from the University of Pittsburgh, testifying before a US-China Economic and Security Review Commission Hearing, stated, "The extent to which China has achieved anything beyond copycatting to demonstrate interest or intention remains to be seen.
The HGVs booked by the police are not thought to relate to the developers of Plasdwr - the 7,000-home "garden city" being built alongside Radyr.
Robert Moore, secretary of Paisley Easy and Whitehaugh Community Council, said HGVs often travel from Hillington to Barrhead via Arkleston Road and Hawkhead Road.
Cllr Holl-Allen was vocal in her support of the proposals, declaring that 'we've got to stop' HGVs.
Any good HGV driver who suffers from a lapse in judgement and exceeds a speed limit whilst driving an HGV or uses a mobile phone in an HGV, will reflect and learn from their error.
"Given the branding on some HGVs I saw pictures of yesterday, I'd struggle to say that their journeys were unavoidable.
But other HGVs have been spotted also using the road, dubbed by residents as the "usual suspects," with no connection to the Emley Moor Mast work.
However Eleventh Avenue, another road on the estate, saw the largest increase in HGV traffic for any minor road in Tyne and Wear, with at least 100 HGVs a day.
"CLOCS is the accepted industry standard for ending collisions between HGVs and cyclists, pedestrians and other vulnerable road users.