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Toll confirmed for A14 upgrade

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The Government has confirmed it plans to introduce tolls to help pay for upgrades to a section of the A14.

The section of the busy dual carriageway between Cambrige and Huntingdon is earmarked for an upgrade as part of the cash set aside for spending on roads infrastructure.

A number of improvement schemes are included, but the plan for the A14 is the only one that involves charging.

According to the Treasury document, cash for the A14 upgrade will be "supported by contributions from local authorities and local enterprise partnership plus tolling".

If successful, it could encourage other road upgrades to be supported by tolls.

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